Aduana Stars coach Felix Aboagye has revealed that he preparing to appeal the ban on him by the Ghana Football Association.
The former Black Stars player has been slapped with a 24 month ban following his role in the match manipulation between Ashantigold and Inter Allies.
Aboagye was then coach of Inter Allies when the final day game between Ashantigold and Inter Allies ended in bizarre circumstances after one of his player scored two awkward own goals, before raising an alarm that the game was fixed.
After several months of investigations, the GFA Disciplinary Committee made public the verdict of their investigations with the ex-Al Ahly player handed a two year ban.
“My lawyers will appeal the ban. I don’t know anything about match manipulation. I only worked for Inter Allies for three months to save them from relegation so I don’t know why I have been banned. The Disciplinary Committee told me I have been acquitted after the investigation so I’m surprised that I have been implicated in the verdict,” Coach Aboagye told Happy FM.
“I haven’t fixed any match so I am very disappointed in the GFA and the Disciplinary Committee. Why are they destroying the name of a legend who has played for the Black Stars? Did I collect anyone’s money? I’m in Dormaa now and I have called Inter Allies. They say they’re also going to appeal,” he added.