Aduana Stars unhappy with officiating

Aduana Stars coach, W.O Tandoh has threatened that the next time his side faces poor officiating as they did on their opening day defeat at Asante Kotoko in the Normalisation Committee’s competition, they may exit. 

Tandoh believes referee Daniel Laryea and his assistants denied Aduana a good result as they lost 1-0 in Kumasi on Sunday. 

Abass Mohammed gave Kotoko the lead with a second-minute strike. Aduana thought they had equalised when former Kotoko attacker Yahaya Mohammed put the ball at the back of the net but the goal was ruled out for offside, a decision Tandoh did not approve.

“Our officials must normalise themselves too, because, it will be suicidal next time when anybody takes the route to defend somebody who is weak,” Tandoh said at post-match press conference. 

“I want to tell the NC Chairman [Dr Kofi Amoah] and the Appointment Committee of the Referees that, they should look sharp because it was a bad thing.”

“Laryea [Referee Daniel Laryea] has disgraced himself very well. The goal he disallowed, the player was in the post so how do you disallow it.”

“That’s a very bad thing. So, I beg the officials that, if they want us to have a good tournament, then they should work on the referees because they are still not normalised.”

Aduana’s next game is at home against Eleven Wonders. –Myjoyonline

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