Hearts of Oak has been ordered to play behind closed doors by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) after breaching Covid-19 protocols in the match against Great Olympics.
The Phobians on Saturday afternoon hosted the Dade Boys at the Accra Sports Stadium for a matchday 11 encounter in the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season.
On the back of reports received by the GFA from its officials, Hearts of Oak has been accused of breaching Covid-19 protocols.
As a result, the club has been asked to appear before the GFA Disciplinary Committee.
Until their case has been resolved at the Committee, they will play their Ghana Premier League matches behind closed doors.
Below is the letter from the Ghana FA confirming the decision: