Aduana Stars to protest indefinite home ban

first_imgAduana Stars have hinted they will protest the Ghana Football Association’s decision to ban them indefinitely from using the Agyeman Badu Park, despite their readiness to comply with the ban.The Dormaa based side was handed the ban by the Executive Committee of the Ghana FA following their fans attack on referee Solomon Mordey during a league match against Liberty Professionals on May 12,2013.Aduana’s decision to protest the ban comes from their resolve to prevent any negative effects for next season.“The Ghana FA have not been fair to us, they only listened to one side of the story and brought a judgment, so we need to go ahead and protest at the appropriate time,” said Felix Oppong Yeboah who is the spokesperson of the club“Even if the league ends we will still go ahead and protest because if you look at the letter sent to us, it was an indefinite suspension so we don’t even know when the Ghana FA will ask us to go back to Dormaa .“I think it is in the right direction to respond so that we can escape that ban for next season even if we are not able to get it off before the season ends.”last_img

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