Samuel Boadu charged for failing to show up for post-match interview

Published on: 07 May 2024

Berekum Chelsea head coach Samuel Boadu and the club find themselves facing charges for allegedly violating Ghana Premier League regulations in the aftermath of their match against Legon Cities FC.

The charges specifically point to breaches of Section 38 (8) (a) and Section 34 (6) (a) of the 2019 regulations.

The is stemming from the allegation that the club failed to produce Boadu for the mandatory post-match press conference, with Boadu himself accused of deliberately avoiding attendance, which is deemed as misconduct tarnishing the game's reputation.

The club and Boadu have until May 9, 2024, to provide responses to these charges, marking a crucial period for their defense.

This incident underscores the significance of adhering to regulations and upholding a positive image of the sport.

The mandatory post-match press conference serves as a vital platform for coaches to communicate their insights and reflections, fostering transparency and engagement with the media and fans alike.

Berekum Chelsea will next take on Hearts of Oak n Wednesday in the Ghana Premier League at the Golden City Park.