The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has summoned Ghanaian soccer administrator, former EXCO member and CAF Match Commissioner, Albert Commey for allegedly comment he recently made over match fixing.
According to the GFA Mr Commey is scheduled to meet the authorities on Saturday July 9,2022 at 2pm to assist them with investigation.
Mr Takyi Arhin popularly known as Thunder says he will pardon Albert Commey becuase of his current state of condition. According to him Mr Commey has been on sick bed for almost four months now battling stroke so therefore he is not in sound mind to make those allegations on match fixing and therefore pleaded with him to apologize to the teams he mentioned and the GFA as a whole.
Ghanaian soccer administrator, former EXCO member and CAF Match Commissioner, Albert Commey has alleged that numerous of the matches played at the very last weekend of the Ghana Premier League had been fixed.
Speaking to Space FM in an interview, the veteran soccer administrator claimed that the game between Hearts of Oak and RTU became fixed in addition to the Bibiani Gold Stars and Ashanti Gold SC match. “The 2021/22 league season was competitive. I honestly didn’t like the way and manner the last round of games was played because there were a lot of fixed matches.
The matches between Bibiani Gold Stars and Ashgold became a fixed match, Eleven wonders vs Aduana Stars became a fixed match, King Faisal vs Legon Cities became a fixed match and finally Hearts vs RTU was additionally a fixed match,” Albert Commey said.
The soccer administrator who has labored with a number of the top clubs withinside the country added, “Let us now no longer be hypocrites, otherwise we would not pass ahead in Ghana soccer. I might not blame the GFA on this, due to the fact teams do the whole lot possible to stay withinside the league at some stage in the latter part of the league.”
The 2021/22 league season was competitive. I honestly didn’t like the way and manner the last round of games was played because there were a lot of fixed matches.
These allegations had been made by soccer enthusiasts on the end of the Ghana Premier League. Unfortunately, there was no proof to show the claims.