Hearts charged for misconduct during final league match against Edubiase
The Ghana Football Association has charged officials, players and supporters of Hearts of Oak for misconduct and violence.
Four counts of misconduct have been filed against the club for the incidents that happened during their final Premier League match against New Edubiase in Accra on 4 June, 2014.
Administrator of Hearts of Oak, Hackman Aidoo has also been charged with two counts for misconduct and violence for verbally abusing and physically assaulting the match officials after the game with Edubiase.
Also, Mohammed Alhassan, a porter of Hearts of Oak faces two charges for misconduct and violence for verbally abusing and physically assaulting the match officials in the course of the game against Edubiase.
The two persons have until 5pm on 11 July to respond to the charges.