Aduana Stars coach, Paa Kwesi Fabin, has lashed out at the referee for his performance in the league leaders’ 1-1 draw against Kotoku Royals in Dawu on Monday night.
Aduana went into the game looking to restore a five point lead between them and Bechem United, who had come within two points of the Ogya lads.
And Aduana thought they got the win when Isaac Mintah gave them a 71st minute goal but Kotoku Royals drew level late into injury time to deny them the win.
But it was the performance of the referee that infuriated Aduana head coach Paa Kwesi Fabin who did not mince words in lashing out the officials.
“Not the result I’m looking for but I’m highly disappointed in the referee’s performance in the second half,” he said in the post-game interview.
“Every tackle was a foul against us. Look at the number of free-kicks he gave them in the second half; is that how we want a worthy champion in the league? It’s very bad,” he said.
“We scored one and we were playing well until the referee changed all of a sudden in the second half, giving them free-kicks upon free-kicks around the 18 [yard box] – for what?” He quizzed.
With 5 games to the end of the season, the top 8 teams in the Ghana Premier League are separated by just 10 points, with each of them still with a chance of winning the title.
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