Berekum Chelsea call for fair officiating ahead of Asante Kotoko clash Featured
17 Apr

Berekum Chelsea call for fair officiating ahead of Asante Kotoko clash

Berekum Chelsea assistant coach Solomon Odwo has called for fair officiating in their premier league clash against Asante Kotoko on Wednesday.
 
Berekum Chelsea will travel to Kumasi Sports Stadium with the aim to compound the Porcupines woes in Week 8 of the Ghana premier league.
 
But Svetislav Tanasijevic's deputy, Solomon Odwo insisted that the Referees Appointment Committee should appoint competent referee who cannot be compromised.
 
He believes 'the Blues' will replicate what they did to the Porcupines some years ago.
 
Berekum Chelsea have beaten Kotoko in Kumasi twice since 2008/09 premier league - they clinched a 2-3 victory in 2010/11 and before annihilating them with 0-3 win three seasons ago.
 
"The only difference in tomorrow's game is the home support. Kotoko will have their supporters behind them. But we have won against them before in Kumasi. We're hope to replicate same results tomorrow," Solomon Odwo stated.
 
"We're pleading for fair officiating  on the day. Without good refereeing, we won't be able to see a legitimate winner," he added.
 
Chelsea are three points behind Asante Kotoko who are lying seventh with eleven points.
 
By: Augustus Opoku
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