Tony Lokko Blames Amidaus Defeat On Referee’s ‘massive Mistakes’

Posted On Monday, 22nd April 2013

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Tony Lokko was not impressed with referee Thomas Nunoo

A furious Tony Lokko accused referee Thomas Nunoo of bias after Amidaus lost 1-0 at Hearts of Oak to drop to 9th on the Ghanaian Premier League table.

The centre referee has come under massive criticism after he sent off Emmanuel Ofori and Benjamin Akuffo in the 1-0 defeat at the Accra sports stadium.

The former Tema Youth trainer was choked with fury as the numerical disadvantage cost his team big time.

“This referee is shambolic and doesn’t deserve to officiate top-flight football,” Lokko said

“Some of us are working hard to build an image for ourselves but when such characters come into a game with such attitudes, then God save our football.

“Ghana football can never go forward with such referees. I admit that some of my players were tactically indiscipline but we didn’t deserve to lose this game.

“Look at the two red cards and I weep for our game. He made massive mistakes and I’m tempted to believe that it was intentional.”

Amidaus have lost their last two games which has seen them drop to ninth on the log sheet.

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