Aduana Stars chief executive Albert Commey say the club is unhappy with the switch of venue of their Premier League match against Bechem United on Thursday.
The Fire club were originally to play the midweek clash at the Gyeabour Park.
The match was however moved to Berekum following a one-match home ban against Bechem United.
The match has however been forced back to its original venue after an appeal and a stay-of-execution filed by Bechem United.
Aduana who are battling relegation have raised concerns over the ‘sudden’ venue switches.
“We received official notification of the venue change very late and we didn’t take it lightly at all,” Commey told Metro FM.
“We had already gone to Berekum to prepare our team for the game only to be called by someone to get information about the late change in venue.
“We are not happy about this and we have duly written officially to state our position.”
Aduana are second from the bottom with just three matches to the end of the current campaign.