The Safety and Security Committee of the Ghana Football Association has announced the decision to deploy Military persons in addition to the Police to some high profile matches for the rest of the season.
This is due to the unfortunate incidents of crowd violence and hooliganism that have occurred in some Premier League and Division One League matches this campaign.
The Ghana Premier League has four matches remaining while the second-tier has five games to end the season.
All Premier and Division One League clubs have been asked to liaise with their Regional Football Associations and the Military persons who will be deployed to the league centers to provide effective security for the remainder of the matches in the season.
Clubs which violate this directive or attempt in any way to prevent the Military, Police, any appointee or representative of the Association shall be sanctioned severely.