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Kuuku Dadzie apologizes for Faisal-Kotoko match-fixing comments

Ebusua Dwarfs coach, James Kuuku Dadzie has apologized for his match-fixing allegations which were levelled against Asante Kotoko and King Faisal Football Club.

After being captured in an audio recording claiming that the two clubs played a fixed match, the Ghana Football Association charged Kuuku Dadzie for misconduct.

In a response Thursday, July 8, the ex-international now trainer denied speaking to any media house on the matter but had a private conversation instead.

Kuuku Daadzie also went ahead to apologize to the affected parties.

“After the game, there was general private discussion after our game and the Premier League in general with my friends.

“The audio circulating was recorded without my consent.

“However, I wish to apologize unreservedly to all who have been affected by the said conversation especially to Asante Kotoko Football Club, King Faisal Football Club and the Ghana Football Association,” he said in his response.


Kuuku Dadzie was reported to have said that Asante Kotoko Kotoko and King Faisal played a fixed match in their Ghana Premier League match-day 32 clash last weekend, adding that his side Ebusua Dwarfs were contacted by officials of the Porcupine Warriors to beat title rivals Hearts of Oak.

The former defender was then charged for misconduct by the Compliance and Integrity officer of the Ghana Football Association.

He was ordered to send all relevant information and or evidence required of him to the Ghana Football Association by the close of Thursday, July 8, 2021.


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