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Collins Oduor acccuses referee of poor officiating in Shabana's draw against St. Josephs

richard mongei
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Collins Oduor goal keeper coach during the after match interview [source/Rcahrd Mongei]

St. Joseph Youth FC Goal keeper Coach Mr. Collins Oduor accused the referee of poor officiating during their match between them and Shabana FC which was played yesterday at Gusii Stadium in Kisii County.

According to Collins their first half game plan worked which resulted to a goal scored by Hamis Fadhil in the 23rd minute. He stated that the penalty awarded to Shabana in the second half was not genuine, since the Shabana player dived in the box.

“We are aiming to finish well in the league and our next match will be against Eldoret Youth FC,” Collins Oduor spoke.

The match was characterized by chaos after the referee awarded a penalty to Shabana and a red card to one of St. Joseph Youth FC player in the second half. This led to stoppage of the match till things were calm and it ended in a one to one draw.

Shabana who lost many scoring chances were lucky to get a penalty which was scored by Wycliffe Nyangechi. Their defense did a lot of mistakes and they paid the price of losing two crucial points.


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