Techiman Eleven Wonders vow to clamp down on hooliganism

Accra,– Mr. Albert Commey, Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Techiman Eleven Wonders, says football fans who misbehave at the Ohene Ameyaw Park henceforth will be severely dealt with.

According to Mr. Commey, they would work together with the Police Service to arrest fans who misbehave during their games and ensure that the law deals with them to the later.

This decision follows a one-match ban which Techiman Wonders have already served following a series of misconducts in their week 18 encounter against Kotoko.

A statement signed by Mr. Albert Commey and copied to GNA Sports said: “the management of Techiman Eleven Wonders sends its warmest greetings. We appreciate your support and contribution to Techiman Eleven Wonders.

“As the situation around our game of football with regards to COVID-19, some measures have been put in place to ensure safety of all stakeholders.

“We would entreat all football-loving fans who patronise our games at

the Ohene Ameyaw Park to obey and follow the instructions from our stadiums stewards.

“Henceforth, the management together with the Police Service would make sure any supporter who misbehaves would be arrested and made to face the full rigour of the law.”

Meanwhile, Eleven Wonders would play their week 22 encounter against Aduana Stars at the Ohene Ameyaw Park.

Source: Ghana News Agency



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