Techiman Eleven wonders confidently disregarded the Ghana Football Association directive of no spectators in match venues for the second round fixtures by charging gate fees for theirweek 18Match against giants Asante Kotoko on Saturday afternoon at Nana Ameyaw Park.
Ghana Football Association on Wednesday 31st December 2021 gave a directive that all league matches should be played behind closed doors to avoid a possible covid-19 strike.
However, Eleven wonders defiled this strict directive and went on to fill their venue with supporters without adhering to the World Health Organisation (WHO) covid-19 protocols.
They adopted an old concert party ticketing style where fans will get their palm stamped as a sign of payment.
According to our reports, they charged GHC20 and above.
There have been allegations that some clubs enjoy breaking GFA rules with impunity because of their alleged relationship with Kurt Okraku the Association’s president.
The game was live on Television and we hope the football governing body in the country will act without fear or favour.
Below is a palm being stamped:
Picture credit: Muftawu Nabila