Fire-brand Ghanaian football administrator, Kofi Manu has described the recent decisions by the Ghana Football Association Ethics Committee to issue a ban on Medeama and Hearts of Oak as bogus.
It would be recalled that Hearts of Oak was slapped with a stadium ban by the Ethics Committee of the Ghana Football Association less than 24 hours after falling to a two-nil home defeat to city rivals Great Olympics, where the club was deemed to have flouted Covid-19 protocols.
Subsequently Medeama hosted the Phobians at the Akoon park on Thursday, where fans were visibly seen throwing the covid-19 protocols to the dogs standing in a cluster as the Mauves and Yellow pipped the city boys by a lone goal.
The Ethics Committee showed no mercy once again reenacting their zero tolerance to flouting of the covid-19 protocols.
While many have saluted the efforts of the football association in instilling discipline among the clubs by ensuring they adhere to the covid-19 protocols, outspoken football administrator Kofi Manu affectionately called Blue Boy has described the decisions as unfair.
” The Ghana Football Association Ethics Committee should reason up a like a human being. It’s a bogus decision from the GFA executive council to ban Medeama SC,” he told Kumasi-based Ashh FM.
“What provision [in the statutes] has Medeama contradicted and the GFA claim they have breached covid protocol?” He quipped.
“I won’t respect the decision from GFA if I’m a management member of Medeama and I will write to the FA on that [stadium ban],”
“GFA haven’t been fair to medeama and Hearts of Oak,” he stressed.
“Hearts of Oak doesn’t have authority to stop Accra Great Olympics supporters for not jubilating this means FA hasn’t been fair to Hearts,” Blue Boy concluded.