On Monday, the Ghana Football Association(GFA) brought to the notice of the general public that
the matchday 29 clash will take place on June 2 after it was called off last week.
The GFA on their official website has stated that “it must be noted, however, that should the security risk and the advice from the security services remain unchanged
by the next home matches of Ashantigold SC, the Association reserves the right the next
home matches of Ashantigold SC to be played at the Club’s selected alternative match venue”
in spite of the security concerns, the match which was originally scheduled for Thursday, May 19, 2022, had to be postponed by the GFA.
“The decision follows an intelligence report and advice from the Ghana Police Service. The Miners were scheduled to play their regional rivals at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi on Thursday, May 19, 2022,” the GFA announced.
“The Ghana Football Association would announce a new date in due course. Stakeholders are to take note and act accordingly.”
According to reports, the Miners fans, who are upset about their club’s relegation to the third-tier league, intend to cause trouble during the game, forcing the GFA to intervene.