The Ghanaian government could issue a sanction on Ghana Premier League side XI Wonders after the club disregarded the government’s directives of playing behind closed doors.
Tetteh Nortey and Prince Okraku scored in either halves to hand Wonders a comfortable 2-0 win over visitors Ebusua Dwarfs in Techiman.
The government of Ghana through the Ministry of Youth and Sports issued a directive which informed the Ghana FA to honour all league matches behind closed doors until further notice due to the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic.
When the order was issued XI Wonders Chief Executive Officer Albert Yahaya Commey went on rampage on radio stations challenging the government for the directives and urged Premier League clubs to stand up to the government.
It is yet unknown whether the action taken by the club was backed by the stance of the former Hearts of Oak scribe who openly objected the directives.
The Ghana Football Association has not commented on the action by Wonders yet.
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