Boadu unhappy with officiating in Medeama game

Accra Hearts of Oak coach, Samuel Boadu has stated that he is not happy with officiating after his team went down 1-0 against Medeama SC in the ongoing Ghana Premier League.

Striker Ahmed Toure was fouled in the 18-yard box in the second half and defender Vincent Atinga stepped up to score from the spot; handing Medeama a 1-0 win.

Kwadwo Obeng Junior was shown a second yellow card in the 92nd minute of the game.

Speaking after the game an unhappy Samuel Boadu said officiating was bad and does not know why Kwadwo Obeng Junior was sent off.

“I don’t talk about officiating but for today I think the referee was bad. He awarded Medeama SC a dubious penalty and I actually don’t know the motive behind the red card. Maybe he want to destroy our team,”

Accra Hearts of Oak have 17 points and are in seventh place with one game in hand against Asante Kotoko. – Ghanaweb

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