11 Jul

BOMBSHELL: Danbort FC threaten to boycott DOL over Poor Officiating

Division one Club Danbort FC have threatened to withdraw from the 2016/2017 GN Bank Division One League over what they believe is “unfair” treatment by the Ghana Football Association's Referees Appointment Committee.
Female referee Juliet Ibrahim was appointed to officiate their 20th league fixture against Dreams FC on Sunday at Nungua.
The Club was so suspicious about the referee due to countless report they received before the clash. But their petition was dismissed by the Referees Appointment Committee.
These gesture by the Committee generated tension in that game.
Danbort FC shotstopper Prosper Gbeku was shown the exit during the ill-tempered clash for slapping Juliet Ibrahim after he received a yellow card for elbowing Dreams FC player and they eventually lost 1-2 to Dreams FC.
“We wanted the referee(Juliet Ibrahim)to be changed but they (Referees Appointment Committee)refused todo so. She faustrated our players and wanted us to lose the game”, the Club's Chief Executive Officer Eugene Joel Noble made these remarks on Sikka FM.
Danbort FC Bankroller and sole financier Mr Daniel Bortey Quaye has also confirmed that he might quit investing in football per the attitude of the Ghana FA and it's officiating referees.
By: Augustus Opoku/Kumasi
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