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Sports News of Tuesday, 30 April 2019

Source: footballmadeinghana.com

Kurt Okraku disagrees with stadium ban, wants clubs to play behind closed doors

Dreams FC Executive Chairman Kurt ES Okraku has expressed his view following the decision of GFA Disciplinary Committee to hand Berekum Chelsea a temporary stadium ban.

The Blues were punished for the violence that broke at the Golden City Park on Sunday in their game against Asante Kotoko.

However in a post on his Facebook page, the astute administrator argued that perhaps asking clubs to play behind closed doors as punishment will be a better option.

“I have read the interim decisions of the FA ..’re…..Berekum Golden city and that of Dormaa. I honestly think that asking the clubs to play behind closed doors (without fans)would have been the better option and not a ban on the venue and moving the clubs to other venues………Lets discuss……“ Mr. Okraku posted.

Meanwhile, Nana Agyeman Badu Park in Dormaa has also been banned after another case of crowd disturbance and hooliganism in a game between Aduana Stars and Medeama.

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