Ghana’s super clash between Kotoko and Hearts will likely take place at the Accra sports stadium after the local powerhouse were hit with a three-home match ban on Thursday.
The Porcupine Warriors have been hit badly with a three-home match ban after irate fans attacked referee E.R Biney during their 1-0 defeat at home to Heart of Lions.
The angry fans charged on the centre referee and slapped him several times –which has incurred the wrath of the Ghana FA.
The defending League champions are now looking for a new place BIG enough to accommodate their numerous followers.
But moments after the heavy ban, GHANAsoccernet.com understands that the two-time African Champions are likely to settle on the Accra stadium as the venue for the biggest match of the football calendar.
The biggest Ghanaian club have massive followers in the capital and will not kick against moves to shift the game to Accra.
Kotoko fans could turn their frustration on team manager Godwin Ablordey and chief supporter Ali Maradona, who are reported to have instigated the incident –leading to the ban which could be decisive in the title race.
They will first travel to Essipong to face Ashantigold in the quarter-finals of the MTN FA Cup on Sunday before they tackle Inter Allies at the Car Reindorf Park in Dansoman next Wednesday.
Kotoko lead the table with 10 points and must bag maximum points away from home to ensure they retain the Premier League crown.