Hearts of Oak officials are enraged by the late notice of their ban from the Accra Sports Stadium.
The Phobians were served notice of their ban by the Ghana FA on Monday evening and will now face Medeama in the midweek Premier League clash in Cape Coast.
Hearts have been handed an indefinite home ban following the misbehaviour of their fans in their Premier League draw with King Faisal last week.
But Hearts officials are unhappy with the late notice – arguing arrangements had already been made to play the game in Accra.
“We have serious problems with the timing of this decision,” Hearts’ accountant Hackman Aidoo told Asempa FM.
“The team is already in camp as we plan to play our home game.
“Authorities waited until in the evening to serve us this notification and it didn’t even state the alternative venue for the match until I placed a call to find out it was Cape Coast.
“I am very disappointed in the football authorities that for bringing such a decision this late.
“We now have to reorganize, and make arrangements for our trip to Cape Coast. Things like this don’t just happen just like that.”