Hearts of Oak will be launching an appeal to a recent Ghana FA ruling for misconduct of their fans.
The Phobians were charged for the incidents that occurred during their Premier League fixture against King Faisal at on 3 November.
Angry fans invaded the pitch after the final whistle and attempted to beat up referee Otis Oppong who they accused of bias officiating in the 1-1 draw.
Hearts were subsequently handed an indefinite home ban pending the ruling from the Ghana FA’s Disciplinary Committee which handed the Ghanaian giants a two-match ban and a GHC 3,oo0 ($1,500) fine.
But the ban had already been served by the Phobians who are still unhappy with the fine aspect of the punishment for which reason they will be lodging an appeal.
“The two match ban was even too much and therefore adding a fine of GHC 3000 is unbearable,” Hearts’ Public Relations Officer Muheeb Saeed told Metro FM.
“So we will go back and inform officials of way to lodging an appeal to this ruling.
“The punishment is just too much.”