The National Sports Authority will soon abandon the sale of advance tickets for international matches to curb the printing of fake ones.
This follows last Friday’s fiasco during the World Cup qualifier against Zambia where thousands of fans with genuine tickets could not enter the filled stadium.
It is suspected that some fans entered the stadium with fake tickets.
A source has told the Daily Graphic that though advance ticket sales were in accordance with FIFA regulations it was helping ticket racketeers to cash in.
The source blamed the security personnel usually deployed at the gates to check tickets for doing very little to save the situation.
Ghana will play one home match either next month or November depending on the outcome of play-off draw.