Coach Maxwell Konadu has found himself in an uncomfortable position following his invitation to the Disciplinary Committee of the Ghana Football Association.
The Kumasi Asante Kotoko gaffer is said to have made some comments that breaches the code of conduct of coaches and has, thus, been dragged before the adjudicating body.
According to the local football governing body, the ex-Black Stars deputy coach was said to have made come comments against referee Daniel Laryea during their game against Berekum Chelsea at the Golden City Park at Dormaa-Ahenkro which he ought not to have made.
Last Sunday, a late free-kick in the 95th minute by Emmanuel Clottey ensured that Berekum Chelsea came from a goal down to draw 1-1 with the Porcupine Warriors but the 47-year-old coach blamed referee Laryea’s decision as haven deny them victory.
“It’s was a very good and tough match. I said we came to win and that is what we wanted to do exactly. And had it not been the referee, it could have ended differently.”
“He is a referee I respect so much but then in the last minute, I don’t know what came over him. But that is football, you accept it in football and move on,” Maxwell Konadu said at the post-match press conference.
These comments, the FA consider as unwarranted and have invited the Kotoko coach to appear before the Disciplinary Committee to answer questions.