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Aduana Stars chief accuses Randy Abbey of masterminding physical attack on him after Lions defeat

Published on: 17 August 2015
Aduana Stars chief accuses Randy Abbey of masterminding physical attack on him after Lions defeat
Randy Abbey

Aduana Stars operations manager George Gyau has accused Heart of Lions president Randy Abbey of masterminding a physical attack on him during their ill-fated clash on Sunday.

The Dorma-based side are fuming with rage over several decisions which accounted for their 1-0 defeat at Kpando.

They have accused referee A.B Mohammed of bias after they were denied what looked a perfect goal and a penalty.

The Aduana Stars chief has pointed accusing fingers at his opposite number for masterminding physical attack on him after the game.

“During half time, I approached the referee to complain about officiating and also told Randy Abbey to help ensure fairness in the game. He told me I have no cause to complain, because they also had one or two decisions going against them,” he told Metro FM

“In the course of the deliberations got angry and insulted me and when the game came to a close a macho man I saw him with Randy Abbey by name ‘Cyborg’ prevented me from entering the dressing room. He held my shirt and almost attacked if not the intervention of the security men.”

Lions are desperate to avoid the drop after a poor campaign this season and have marshaled forces to ensure they maintain their top-flight status.

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