Soccer News of Wednesday, 7 January 2015
Hearts of Oak will play two of their opening home matches in the new season away from home as they continue to serve a suspension from last season.
The Phobians were handed a two-home-match ban after being found guilty of misconduct and violence by their officials, players and supporters, during and after a Premier League match against New Edubiase in Accra on 4th June, 2014.
The Phobians will now play match-day-1 in the 2014-2015 First Capital Premier League season against WAFA at the Kpando Park on January 17.
Hearts will complete their home suspension when they host Medeama in their match-day-3 encounter at the Essipong Stadium on January 24.