The Ogya Boys’ boss has been dragged to the disciplinary committee of the football governing body following his recent comments
Aduana Stars coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has been charged by Ghana Football Association after his side shared the spoils 1-1 with Akyem Kotoku Royals in Ghana Premier League on Monday at Dawu.
After taking the lead through young striker Mintah, the league leaders were pegged back deep in the game and went on to drop two vital points which led to him going ballistic after the game.
“Not the results I’m looking for but I’m highly disappointed in the referee in the second half because every ball that we came to tackle here is a foul against us,” Fabin said in Post match interview with StarTimes.
” Look at the number of free kicks he gave them (Kotoku Royals) in the second half. Is that how we want a worthy champion of the league? I never talk about referees but I’m highly disappointed for what he has done today,” he added.
The charges are specifically related to comments made by the coach during a post-match interview regarding the match official.
These remarks are alleged to have undermined the fairness of the premier league and constituted an attack on the referee’s integrity, actions that have the potential to harm the reputation of the game.
Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin has been given till Thursday, May 4, 2023 to submit his response to the charges.