The Division One League game between B.A United and Real Tamale United ended abruptly at the Sunyani Coronation Park last Sunday after chaos broke out but according to B.A United CEO Kwame Baah referee Maxwell Hanson decided and communicated to them the game would resume on Monday July 5th at 10: 00 AM GMT.
However that did not happened and RTU -who left the Coronation Park under heavy security for Tamale – has filed a protest at the GFA.
“Speaking to the Ghana News Agency (GNA) in an interview on Monday in Sunyani, ‘Major’ Kwame Baah,, the Chief Executive Officer of B /A United said Referee Hanson told them he would continue the game at 1000 hours of Monday, but did come when his players had reported to the field.” the B.A United CEO is quoted by the GNA.
“He stated that the club had 24 hours to file the protest because both players and officials waited for 45 minutes from the 1000 hours but Referee Hanson and his two assistants, the match commissioner and the RTU players and officials did not report to continue the second half of the game” the report added.
Meanwhile B.A United has said that they will also file a protest against their Tamale counterparts.