All Stars Coach Demands Fair Officiating As Ghana League Reaches Home Stretch
All Stars coach Nurudeen Ali is demanding for fair officiating in the closing stages of the Ghana Premier League.
The Ghanaian top-flight enters home stretch this weekend with four games to end the campaign.
While the race for the title is unknown, the battle to avoid relegation has also hottens up.
Kotoko, Medeama, Berekum Chelsea and Ebusua Dwarfs as well as Ashantigold are in a photo-finish to win the League title.
Berekum Arsenal, Tema Youth, Heart of Lions and Liberty Professionals are also fighting to safeguard their Premier League status.
The All Stars trainer is urging the Ghana FA to ensure all teams enjoy fair officiating to forestall any problems.
?We?re in the closing stages of the competition and I believe this is where officiating will be key,? Ali told Kumasi-based Metro FM
?It is at this stage that many things happen. They (referees) have to fair to be every team to ensure those who win deserve and those who are relegated won?t have complaints.?
The master tactician also threw spokes into the earlier decision of Arsenal to withdraw from the League describing it as unfortunate.
?The referees cheat all the team and so if they (Berekum Arsenal) want to quit playing, I don?t understand them,?
?We should have the passion for the game. The law is no respecter of person. Arsenal have no excuse to say they are withdrawing from the League.
?They cheat and intimidate opponent at their home grounds. So what are they talking about? We should all follow a fair process and I believe our game will progress.?
All Stars will hope to complete the double over Hearts when the two teams clash at Wa on Sunday.