Head coach of Tamale City fc, Hamza Mohammed has expressed regrets at the unsporting act meted out to them at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park
Tamale City fought tooth and nail against Aduana Stars fc in match day 25 but eventually lost through a last gasp penalty after the referee completed a questionable 20 minutes of added time.
A barbaric incident raised its ugly heads when fans of Aduana pelted stones at the visiting team – resulting in injuries to players and destruction of the windows of their team bus.
Four players of the premier league new boys have been treated and discharged with one player reportedly in a critical condition.
Hamza Mohammed has described the situation as unfortunate.
“This is just unfortunate, I don’t know how people are looking at this game, I don’t know, very unprofessional and its high time the FA puts its leg on the ground and stop this, excuse my language this nonsense.
“Football the name of the game is fair play.
“It is a game we prepared to come and draw or win to survive relegation.
“They came with a different intention, first 45 minutes was goalless, second 45 minutes was goalless, they added 10 minutes and we even played more than ten minutes until they had that dubious penalty.
“You’ve won, let us go. It was difficult for the entire team to leave the inner perimeter, they were pelting stones at us, and we managed to get into our bus and stones here and there to destroy our bus.
“It is just unfortunate so until the FA puts its feet on the ground, these things will continue.” Hamza Mohammed told Radio Gold Sports.
The Ghana Football Association has since banned the Nana Agyemang Badu Park on temporary basis pending hearing from the Disciplinary Committee.