Former Ghana midfielder Charles Agyemang Taylor has called on the Inspector General of Police to expand the Nsawam Prison to help accommodate hooligans.
The ex-Kotoko and Hearts player has commended the police for arresting the Techiman Eleven Wonders official and player for attacking the linesman.
The team manager of the club Enoch Amoah and Winger Amim Adams have been remanded for two weeks in police custody for attacking a referee in their match against Accra Lions.
“Good the new IGP is trying to fight hooliganism at match venues and have already made some arrests,” he said.
“If he is going to continue like this, I think they first need to expand Nsawam Prison because Kotoko and Hearts match alone, they can arrest over 20” added Charles Taylor.
According to him, there are several reports of hooliganism in Ghana Football but no real action has been taken.