Ghana Football Association General Secretary Prosper Harrison Addo has insisted that there has been a reduction in cases of misconduct at local match venues, contrary to the suggestions and opinions of many.

There have been several cases of acts of violence and misconduct at various league matches at the respective league centers.

The Ghana Premier League, the National Division One League and other local football games have all reported cases of violence and other misconducts along the season.

However, the Ghana FA Secretary General speaking on the basis of facts available to the country’s football governing body, said cases of such nature have reduced.

Prosper Harrison Addo was speaking at a forum organized by TV3 in collaboration with the Ghana FA to tackle the issue of hooliganism which has become the bane of Ghana Football.

“As a Disciplinary Committee Chairman from the regional level to the national level, I can confidently say that in terms of the numbers, misconducts at the various stadia has reduced this year,” Prosper Harrison Addo revealed.

“What is rather happening now is that there are a lot of cameras around this time to project the few scenarios we have,” he added.

The forum brought together various stakeholders of Ghana Football who shared a wide range of ideas on the present situation of hooliganism in the game and how it must be addressed.