Dormaa based Aduana Stars have been struck with a two-game home ban, plus a GH₵3000 fine, after crowd trouble in their matchweek 7 clash between themselves and Medeama at the Nana Agyeman Badu I Park.
Aduana were initially given a temporary ban by the GFA Disciplinary Committee after the incident, which saw their home fans invade the pitch and hurl missiles at the Medeama technical area.
Angry Aduana fans also attacked the referee, who had to be escorted out of the match venue by the police.
The Dormaa based side will now serve an extra one-game ban, having already played their previous home game at the Baba Yara against Bechem United due to the initial temporary ban.
The Disciplinary Committee’s ruling said, “In view of the plea of Guilt and mitigation put in by the club before the Disciplinary Committee, the club is hereby handed a two-match ban from using the Nana Agyeman Badu Park, Dormaa as its home venue.
“In this respect, the temporary home ban imposed on the club by the Normalisation Committee of the Ghana Football Association would be lifted after Aduana Stars serves its next home ban.
“Additionally, the club is fined GH₵3000 payable to the GFA within 14 days from the date of communication of this decision.
“The Club shall be liable to a further fine of GH₵2000 if it fails to furnish the Disciplinary Committee with evidence of actions it claims to have embarked upon to avoid reoccurrence of such incidents at its home venue, including evidence of a complaint lodged with the police.”
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