Our supporters are passionate – Aduana Stars

Chief Executive Officer of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has debunked assertions that supporters of the club are rowdy, insisting they are only passionate about the club...


Chief Executive Officer of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has debunked assertions that supporters of the club are rowdy, insisting they are only passionate about the club.

The supporters of the “Ogya Club” were criticised and slammed widely for their behaviour during match days at the Osagyefo Agyemang Badu II Park in Dormaa.

But Mr Commey believes the club supporters are law-abiding and not as intimidating as fans of other clubs perceive them to be.

Speaking to Class Sports on Monday, Mr Commey said, “People talk about the Dormaa field but we have spent huge sums of money to make sure the pitch is in the right state, so, if any club comes there and they are beaten they will not complain.

“Again there have been series of allegations labeled against the supporters of the club but what I want to say is that they are only passionate about the club. We have experienced bad officiating at our home grounds and because we have chosen not to talk people think we don’t have anything to say but we believe we have to focus on the game and do what is right,” he added.

Source: Ghana/ClassFMonline.com/91.3FM



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