Hooliganism in Ghana football has reread its head again as videos on social media shows how the team bus of Tamale City pelted with stones, leaving its frames broken whiles other players and officials were also injured following a 1-1 draw over the weekend with Baffour Soccer Academy a day before marking 21st commemoration of May 9th disaster.
The seasoned sports journalist and the host of Metro Sports, Michael Kofi Oduro condemned the ongoing incidents of hooliganism at the various match centres in Ghana football, saying that the football governing body, the GFA are not biting enough towards hooligans.
Despite the injuries and tragedies, hooliganism continues, just as the fans love for the game and their team remains the most important aspect of their identities and these actions are their ways of showing support.
It seems Ghanaians have not taken any lessons from the May 9th disaster after 21-years.
Condemning the recurrent incidents of hooliganism, Oduro punched the Ghana Football Association, claiming that they are not biting enough towards the hooligans.
He further noted that the association should work hard together with the Ghana Police Service to provide tight security at the various match centres both in the Ghana Premier League and the Division One League.
He reacted on Original 91.9FM Sports Show during the ‘Fix Ghana Sports’ segment on Wednesday morning.
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