Former Ghanaian international, Yussif Chibsah believes tougher decision must be taken against the perpetrators of violent conduct at their home venues.
Berekum Chelsea were handed temporary home ban following the violence that broke at the Golden City Park, leaving two officials of Asante Kotoko heavily injured.
Nana Agyeman Badu Park II in Dormaa has also been banned after another case of crowd disturbance and hooliganism in a game between Aduana Stars and Medeama.
However, the former Asante Kotoko skipper wants to see hooliganism eradicated from the sport and thinks points deductions rather than stadium bans are the way to tackle the problem.
“It’s very sad to read reports coming from Berekum. Fines and bans of venues are no longer treats to clubs. It’s time we try severe point deduction to those engaged in hooliganism. 6 points should be deducted from any club found guilty in any form of intimidation,” he posted on Twitter.