An unfortunate incident happened at the Madina Astroturf park when Soccer Intellectuals engaged Prison ladies in the ongoing Women's Super League.
Goalkeeper for Soccer intellectual, Selina Abalansa attacked and best the center referee after seriously disagreeing with her decision that led to the second goal.
The goalkeeper, Selina Abalansa on why she fought or beat up a referee in their game against Prison ladies;
"I didn't approach the referee to beat him up. I went there and spoke in our language (because we are all from Bolgataga) demanding to know why she was cheating us.
To my surprise, the referee held my jersey but initially, I took it as a joke and even attempted to hug the referee but I realized she was serious. When I attempted to wrestle myself from the grip of the referee, we all fell.
When the referee was cheating us, our Team officials instructed us to walk off the pitch and we are all did that.
I didn't touch the referee, if I intended to beat the referee up, I would have hurt her badly.
God is my witness, I never intended to beat the referee up. I swear on my father. We are yet to hear anything from GFA after the incident." She told Akoma 87.9 Fm in Kumasi.
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