GFA make renowned decision to help fight hooliganism at stadia
GFA to involve military men to help fight hooliganism at stadia – Reports
The Ghana Football Association [GFA] have requested for the services of military men to help fight hooliganism at the various stadia.
The country’s football governing body on Wednesday morning held a meeting to dialogue on how to end the recent misbehaviour of fans at the various stadia.
Hooliganism has been on the rise on the Ghana Premier League and the Division One League.
Earlier this month, match officials were beaten by Wamanafo Mighty Royals mercilessly in a lower tie game.
The home venue has been banned by the FA.
Several match officials have been attacked at the Ndoum Stadium at Elmina among other stadia.
However, Footballghana.com have been told the Ghana Football Association will involve the military to help fight the canker.
It is believed that the involvement of the military will deter hooligans from assaulting officials.
Hooliganism in Ghana football have been a major canker that has ruined the game many love making it difficult for the corporate world to inject money into football.
Past and present administration have tried to end the situation but seem to be a major challenge.
In the past, referee Theresa Beremansu was been assaulted a womens football tie by Police Ladies captain in 2019