King Faisal president Alhaji Karim Gruzah has warned BA United against acts of hooliganism as they mark a return to the Ghanaian top-flight after a ten-year absence.
The Apostles of Ghana football secured the top-flight status after wobbling in the second-tier league for many years.
The Sunyani Coronation Park has been touted as a notorious ground for crowd trouble over the years.
King Faisal owner Karim Gruzah has advised the returnees to desist from acts that will bring the game into disrepute.
â€œTen years is enough. They should play football. Gratuitous fighting, attacking away clubs and referees must stop. Â Banning of the field contributed to BA United being relegated, true or false?â€ he quizzed on Sunyani-based Ark FM
â€œPeople spent money they could have used to cater for their families to help the club qualify. God should help and restore everything those people have lost on the club.
â€œThe fans should support them rather than insult and attack them.â€
United will step up preparations ahead of the start of the new season when the move to Cape Coast.