After fans disturbances at the Ohene Ameyew Park in Techiman leading to violence, the Competitions Department of the Ghana Football Association has directed Techiman City to play their upcoming Division One League clash against Real Tamale United at the home venue of the away side’s Stadium this weekend.
The decision comes on the back of an indefinite ban on Techiman City after scores of violence at the grounds, including their game against Steadfast and recently against Tamale City which ended abruptly after officials were threatened by supporters of Techiman City, breaking the Covid-19 matchday protocols.
However, the Competitions department of the FA has directed the club to play their match week 16 game against the Pride of the North in Tamale.
RTU resumed training this week after a week break and are poised to welcome their guest as they continue their search for a return to the Ghana Premier League next season. The Northern Blues currently occupy 3rd place on the log, 1 point adrift of Berekum Arsenal as the second round of the 2020-21 season return this weekend.
By: Sey Mubarick