Asante Kotoko is reported to have report match officials who oversaw their Ghana Premier League week 6 clash against King Faisal over the weekend to the Ghana Football Association.
The Porcupine Warriors were defeated by the ‘Insha Allah’ lads in the Ashanti Regional derby at the Baba Yara Stadium over the weekend, their first defeat of the season.
Julian Nunoo was the center referee on the day, with Kwesi Brobbey and Rolland Addy on the lines and Daniel Laryea as the fourth official.
Asante Kotoko has reported the incident to the country’s football governing body, primarily to inquire about the referees’ performance on the day.
Mudasiru Salifu’s shot appeared to have gone off the hand of an opposing player in the first half, but the referee overturned his judgment after consulting with his assistants.
Also, the ‘Kum Apem’ players are enraged at George Mfegue’s goal, which they believe should have been permitted because it was a clean goal that shouldn’t have been marked for offside.
They are still in first place in the league standings, but on goal difference, as they are currently tied with King Faisal FC on 13 points apiece.