Seven match officials in Ghana have been received suspensions after more dubious refereeing displays in the West African country.
According to Ghana Soccernet, the Match Review Panel of the Ghana Football Association announced punishments for five referees and two referee assistants this week.
Among them is referee Awurisa Andrews, who oversaw a recent game between Gt. Olympics and Dreams FC in Ghana, in which he made a controversial handball call in the 33rd minute of the clash.
Later in the match, he missed what the Match Review Panel found to be a reckless challenge, with the official now suspended for the next four match-days.
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Clement Kwame Nkuah, meanwhile, has been forced to serve a six-match suspension after his wrong calls were adjudged to have changed the outcome of a recent game between Real Tamale United and Real Tamale United.
The harshest punishment was handed to Musah Mubarik Paradavoa, who has been banned for eight matches, after he was believed to disallow a perfectly legal goal in the 89th minute of a clash between King Faisal and Medeama.
The Match Review Panel found that there was no infringement like the referee had claimed, leading to him being hit with such a severe suspension.