Ghana Premier League Kotoko fined GHC 5,000 for violent conduct against Hearts

Asante Kotoko have been slapped with a fine of GHC 5,000 for their fans behaviour in their 0-1 defeat against Hearts of Oak

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Asante Kotoko have suffered a fine over their supporters’ violent behaviour, after they lost 0-1 against Hearts of Oak two weeks ago.

The Disciplinary Committee after sitting on the matter has fined Asante Kotoko for the uncalled-for behaviour of their fans

Referee Samuel Sukah awarded a 82nd minute penalty to Hearts of Oak, after a ball seemingly hit Ahmed Adams hand in the 18-yard box.

And Vincent Atingah scored from the resultant spot kick in the 83rd minute.

Supporters of the Porcupine Warriors hurled bottled water at the match officials to express their displeasure for referee Samuel Sukah’s penalty call.

Meanwhile, the Match Review Panel has cleared referee Samuel Sukah of any wrong doing in his decision to award Hearts of Oak the penalty, after watching a footage of the incident.

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