Posted On Monday, 22nd April 2013
Aduana Stars chief George Gyawu is calling on the Ghana FA to hear its petition brought against referee Samuel Suka in their Week 20 defeat to Medeama.
The Fire club have seen their title charge diminish in recent weeks as they continue to slide down in the Ghanaian top flight.
Aduana are currently 6th on the Ghana Premier League log – a staggering 10-points behind leaders Medeama SC.
But Operations Manager Gyawu insists they have been victims of unfair officiating of which punishment meted from their petition against referee Suka will serve a massive deterrent for the remainder of the games.
“We have observed that officiating in the Ghana Premier League is deteriorating with few games to end the season,” he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
“We realize because there appears to be some level of impunity creeping into our game.
“Our petition against the conduct of referee Samuel Suka in our defeat to Medeama is yet to be heard.
“The referees virtually feel free to cheat teams nowadays because there is no swift mechanism to hold them when they go wrong.
“I am therefore appealing to the Ghana FA to look into these tables cases with dispatch so the referees know that indeed structures work in our country.”