Real Tamale United Chief Executive Abu Nurudeen has been charged with threatening referees by the Ghana Football Association.
The club’s fans also misbehaved by attacking the referees after the final whistle in their match day 3 fixture at home against Aduana Stars on 21 October.
A Ghana Football Association Disciplinary Committee statement read: “The C.E.O of RTU Abu Nurudeen is to appear before the committee to answer the following charges:
“1. For confronting and threatening the referees after the end of the first half. Also, Abu Nurudeen led some supporters to invade the field after the game which resulted in the referees being kept hostage for about 20 minutes.
“2. After the final whistle some supporters of RTU threw sachet water and water bottles on the match officials.
“3. A supporter of RTU hit assistant referee 1, Kofi Asare with an object which made him unconscious.”
Also, Wa All Stars masseur Yunus Papa faces a charge for rushing onto the field to insult the referee whiles an injured player was being treated in their league match against Medeama.
After the match, he rushed on the assistant referee 1, Sarfo Adade and hit him on the forehead.
Wa All Stars supporters threw sachet water and other objects onto the field.
The Disciplinary Committee will hear from the clubs and individuals on Friday 2 November.