LOCAL NEWS: Kotoko complaint to GFA over poor officiating

Asante Kotoko has lodged a respectable grievance to the Ghana Football Association(GFA) about the overall performance of suit officials all through their 3-2 defeat in opposition to King Faisal at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium over the weekend.

This was proven with the aid of the membership in social media publish on Monday.

“We have lodged a formal criticism with the Ghana Football Association against the referees who officiated our #GPL2122 matchday-6 sport against King Faisal in Kumasi ultimate Sunday,” a submit on the club’s twitter read.

Kotoko suffered their first defeat of the campaign as they have been beaten 3-2 using their city rivals in the Kumasi derby at the Baba Yara Stadium.

The Porcupine Warriors agree with match officers led by using Centre referee  Julian Nunoo contributed to the loss that has considered King Faisal overtake  them as league leaders.

In the first half, Kotoko have been awarded a penalty via the referee who later reversed the selection after consulting fourth legit Daniel Laryea.

It used to be King Faisal’s first league win towards Kotoko in seven years and they achieved it with a scientific performance.

Zubairu Ibrahim gave them a two-goal lead earlier than the 20th minute mark. The attacker scored inside three minutes and doubled the benefit 14 minutes later.

Kotoko returned from the break determined to stage a comeback. They managed to halve the deficit two minutes into the 1/2 courtesy of George Mfegue.

The Porcupine Warriors dedicated greater guys forward in search of the equaliser and they got punished as Ibrahim achieved his hat-trick in the 68th minute.

Mfegue scored once more to provide Kotoko hope and set up a nerve-wracking ending to the game.

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