Ghana and AshGold goalie Fatau Dauda maintains his side was given a raw deal following their 1-0 defeat to Medeama in the Super Cup.
Substitute Bernard Ofori finished off a smart move for the Yellow and Mauve’s late on to give Medeama their first Super Cup in history.
Before that Frederick Quayson had scored what looked like a legitimate goal but the referee on the day called it for offside.
And Fatau who was in post for the game feels there was a conscious effort to deny them victory.
“I think that everybody saw the game and it was hurtful for us to score a good goal and the referee to turns it down,” Dauda said
“It really took a lot out of us because it was all part of our game plan and I still don’t get why that goal was ruled out.”