Chief Executive Officer of Accra Hearts of Oak, Mark Noonan has preserved his comments on the alleged poor officiating against his outfit in their games against Inter Allies and Medeama SC.
The Phobians lost 1-0 against Inter Allies on Match Day 14 of the Zylofon Cash Premier League before playing a 1-1 draw with Medeama SC in Week 15.
The Accra-based giants were impressive in both games, especially the match against Medeama SC – which they led for the large parts until Tahiru Awudu came off the bench to score a 93rd minute equalizer.
In the aftermath of the match against Medeama SC, several supporters of Hearts of Oak vented their frustration over the performance of referee Solomon Abbey.
But the club’s Mark Noonan was coy to criticize officiating in both games.
2 of 2. I have some other comments but will keep them to myself for reasons that true lovers of Ghana football will understand.
— Mark D. Noonan (@MDNOONAN) June 3, 2018