The GFA has taken an iron fist approach against some referees and their bad match officiating in league matches. This move is said to bring sanity and parity during matches and ensure an equal playing field for all teams.
As a result, the GFA has struck its iron fist, hitting hard at referee Eso Doh Morrison, issuing him with an 8 match ban as a refree. The ban ruling comes after the GFA carefully analyzed the match between Accra Hearts of Oak and Aduana Stars in the Ghana Premier League, following complaints by Hearts of Oak about the performance of the refree at the Accra Sports Stadium.
According to the GFA, the refree's performance on the day was very poor, looking at certain key and critical moments of the match, and also the circumstances which led to the penalty and red card handed out by the refree.
Despite all these circumstances, the match ended in a one goal draw, which fans of Hearts of Oak are speculating that had it not been the refree, they would have won the match.
The GFA's ruling also comes at a time where the GFA itself is waiting on the ruling between a complaint made between the South African Football Association (SAFA), and the Ghana Football Association (GFA) on their World Cup Qualification match between the Bafana and the Black Stars earlier this month.
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