James Kuuku Dadzie apologizes over match fixing allegation claims

Published on: 09 July 2021

Ebusua Dwarfs coach, Kuuku Dadzie has rendered an unqualified apology over match-fixing allegations claims.

The former Black Queens coach in an audio said the game between Asante Kotoko and King Faisal which ended in a draw last Saturday was a fixed match.

He also stressed that officials of Kotoko approached him and asked to ensure his outfit beat Hearts of Oak.

In a swift action, the Ghana Football Association [GFA] ordered Kuuku Dadzie to provide concrete evidence before them to back those match-fixing comments he made and was given by the close of Thursday, 8th July 2021 to do that.

However, the veteran trainer in a statement has apologised to the clubs he labelled his allegations on and to also the Ghana Football Association.

Also, he noted that it was never an open interview with Oyerepa FM in Kumasi like it was speculated but rather he was recorded secretly by an unknown person.

Read his full release below:

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Kuuku Dadzie since taking over the Crabs after the jettisoning of Ernest Thompson Quartey has been very impressive, recording two wins and a three against the league leaders in the three games he's guided the club to so far.