Bechem United Football Club (Hunters) has established a vigilante group to deal with recalcitrant supporters and fans at its home grounds at Bechem in the Tano South District of the Brong-Ahafo region. According to Mr Kingsley Owusu Achau, the Chief Executive Officer and President of the club, the group has been tasked to help the police to arrest and prosecute trouble makers during the home and away matches of the club. He told the Ghana News Agency (GNA) Sports in an interview at Bechem during an awards night that the management was poised to ensure sanity prevailed in the club and at its matches. The awards night, organised by the club, saw personalities in academia and football administrators being honoured for their contribution towards the development of football and sports in general in the country. Among those honoured include Coach Oti Akenten, the Technical Director of the Ghana Football Association, Coach Stephen Opoku Nti and Mr Kingsley Osei Bonsu, Chairman of the Hunters. Mr Achau praised the players for their performance so far in the league and assured them that management would continue to motivate them to aspire higher. Mr Akenten said the award came to him as a surprise and expressed the hope that other football clubs in the country would also honour deserving sports personalities. He said technical support was required from all football administrators and fans to enhance the growth of football and the national teams as well.