Liberty Professionals head trainer J.E Sarpong’s audacious statement in a post-match interview fuming that he wouldn’t  be surprised to see a referee shot has fuelled controversy in the sporting circles.
Consequently, the Ghana Football Association’s (GFA) Ethics Committee has extended an invitation  to coach Sarpong to avail himself for questioning on the matter for the  necessary action on March 20, at 3pm.
The coach has however  stated categorically on Happy FM that: “I am not afraid of  anything, I will go and face them. I am speaking on behalf of many coaches who have suffered similar fate.
“What some of the referees are doing is to the detriment of the development of football, and it is not helping the game. They shouldn’t forget I am the coordinator of the Ghana Coaches Association,” he noted.
“There is nothing new under the sun, it is only stones that do not perish, everybody will visit the ancestral world, so am not afraid,” he added.
The Liberty trainer is alleged to have made some unethical comments about referee Awal Mohammed who handled their game against New Edubiase at Bekwai.
Liberty, who were numerically disadvantaged as a result of  defender  Isaac Sackey’s  red card,  drew 2-2 after a commanding 2-0 lead.



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