Assistant coach of Asante Kotoko, Abdulai Gazale has been left fuming over what he describes as “predicted results” before their week 32 game against Karela United.
The Porcupine Warriors were held to a 1-1 draw by the relegation battlers at the Baba Yara Stadium on Monday, May 29 and the result didn’t go down well with Gazale.
“I don’t like talking about officiating officials but today I have to voice it out.
“Because looking at what is happening, this result was already predicted before the match and it looks as if technical teams are giving out matches.
“Like the substitution I did, if you don’t understand the game it will look as if I just gave the match out.
“Imagine someone picks a ball with the hand and you give the person a card, the person who has been kicked, you said it is normal or it was too late to give the person a second yellow card.
“So it’s unfortunate it happened this way and I believe some of the decisions that was taken on the pitch it wasn’t right.” Abdulai Gazale told StarTimes.
After wasting a plethora of goal scoring chances, the Porcupine Warriors had the first goal after Mohammed Ganiu pushed Solomon Sarfo Taylor’s low cross into his own net on the 28th minute.
The visitors found the equalizer through Fatawu Mohammed on the 81st minute which proved to settle the game at full time.
The record Ghana Premier League holders sit 4th on the table with 48 points with their next trip down to the capital against Accra Lions before concluding the season against Dreams fc at the Baba Yara Stadium.