Former Accra Hearts of Oak SC guru, Albert Commey claims the Phobians played a fixed match against Real Tamale United FC in the Ghana Premier League week 34 clash.
According to him, the Rainbow Boys decided to play a match of convenience against the Pride of the North club to help the Tamale based survive relegation.
However, he also stated that he was happy with the quality of the play in the league but for the latter part of the season.
Speaking on Sunyani -based Space FM, the former Aduana Stars CEO said:
“The 2021/22 League season was competitive.
“I honestly didn’t like the way and manner the last round of games were played , because there were a lot of fixed matches.
“The matches between Bibiani Gold Stars and Ashgold was a fixed match, Techiman wonders vs Aduana Stars was a Fixed match,King Faisal vs Legon Cities was a fixed match and lastly HEARTS vs RTU was also a fixed match.
“Let us not be hypocrites or else we wouldn’t move forward in Ghana football.
“I won’t blame the GFA on this, because teams do everything possible to stay in the league during the later part of the league.
Hearts of Oak were beaten 4:1 at home against Real Tamale United with Bibiani Gold Stars draw two apiece against Ashantigold SC.
Meanwhile, King Faisal posted a 2-1 win over Legon Cities whiles Eleven Wonders also defeated Aduana Stars 2:1 in Techiman.
By: D. N. A. MENSAH, Daily Mail GH / Follow the writer @SkipperWrites on Twitter