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Medeama coach blames stuttering domestic form on poor refereeing

Published on: 10 April 2014
Medeama coach Carlos Alberto and chief executive James Esselfie in a discussion

By Ameenu Shardow

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Medeama coach Carlos Alberto Paulette has attributed his side’s stuttering domestic form to poor officiating.

The Yellow and Mauves are struggling for consistency in the Ghanaian top flight despite their flourishing debut campaign in the CAF Confederations Cup.

Medeama are winless in their last three games in the First Capital Plus League to awaken concerns over their stuttering form.

But coach Paulette believes his side has only been unlucky with poor officiating.

“There is nothing wrong with Medeama, I think we often get unlucky with referee decisions especially when we go away,” he said.

“I don’t like pointing fingers at referees because they also make mistakes as we do but that is what it is.”

Medeama are now 10th on the Ghana Premier League log with 30 points – five adrift 4th placed Hasaacas.


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