2018 CAF CONFED. CUP: We don't have faith in match commissioner - Osei Kweku Palmer

Published on: 21 February 2018

The leader of delegation for Asante Kotoko in their second league of the CAF Confederations Cup, Wilfred Osei Kweku Palmer has reiterated that they don’t believe the match commissioner for today's game between Asante  Kotoko and CARA Brazzaville.

According to seasoned football administrator, the match commissioner has been silent about the hostile attitude the CARA supporters have shown to Kotoko.

The Porcupine Warriors were heckled by the officials and supporters of CARA on Tuesday whiles training at the match venue.

Speaking to the media ahead of the game he said, “Supporters of CARA invaded the pre-technical meeting, which ended abruptly.

“We don’t even believe the match commissioner because in all our atrocities he was mute and watched everything without saying a word to the Congolese.

“Congolese FA has ordered there shouldn’t be any coverage in today’s game but we have written to CAF through the Ghana Football Association to allow coverage.

“Thanking the government of Ghana for the wonderful treatment they’ve given to Kotoko in Congo.

“We are going all out to beat CARA in Congo irrespective of all the unwanted treatment," Palmer told Happy FM.