Former Ghana Football Association chairman Dr. Nyaho Nyaho Tamakloe has backed current GFA president Kwesi Nyantakyi on his decision to boycott Hearts of Oak’s games in Accra.
Some irate fans of the Phobians verbally abused Nyantakyi after their defeat to Djoliba in the Confederation Cup at the Accra stadium last Sunday.
Nyantakyi has since lodged a complaint to the police and intimated he may have to stop attending games for his safety.
Hearts board member Dr Nyaho Tamakloe in an interview with Joy Sports noted that the GFA president has taken the right decision.
“If Kwesi has decided in the interim not to attend Hearts of Oak’s matches i fully back him,” he told Joy Sports
“Those responsible for that act must be rounded up by the police and dealt with, they are criminals who must be handled like criminals.
“This is grossly irresponsible and i think it is time somebody put his foot down, if a criminal behaves criminally he should be handled that way.”
Hearts have since officially apologized for the action of their fans.
Story by Ghana/Joy Sports/Benedict Owusu
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