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The Supporters sacked me from running my commentary in second half-Sir Joe takes stand

The win by Hearts on a soggy pitch after a brief but heavy down pour minutes before kick-off, helped them to maintain the top spot on seven points and scored 7 goals against the Tano boys, same as Liberty who won 3-2 away against Obuasi Goldfields but conceded the leadership to Hearts with an inferior goal aggregate, while Bofoakwa was stuck to the bottom with no point. Goldfields placed third with three points.

Kwabena Yeboah is among Africa's finest. During commentary, Yeboah, bearer of one of the oldest surviving identities in Ghanaian media, cheers every goal with a trademark shout of 'Oluwaaa', occasionally followed by the equally intriguing 'Wunderbar' (German for 'wonderful') and have suffered in the hands of these unknown supporters at most stadia across the country. 

Dreams FC technical director Abdul Karim Zito is the latest to have incurred the wrath of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Disciplinary Committee. The performance of the knights of the whistle has been among the most topical issues in the championship, with some team officials landing in trouble for "inappropriate comments". These are some of the situations encourage supporters to misbehave in an awkward manner and chase referees and commentators away.

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