Asante Kotoko head coach, Mariano Baretto has slammed the referees that handled their game against Dreams FC at the Len Clay Stadium.
Dreams FC opened their goal account from the penalty spot after Fabio Gama had handled the ball in the goal area.
Baretto who has steered the Porcupine Warriors to some great results, described the penalty awarded to Dreams FC as “stupid.”
Kotoko won 3-1 over the Still Believe Boys last Saturday.
Baretto said of the penalty.
“We feel too much problem, they are come here, they know our key points.
“In the first half we feel too much problem unfortunately we took a goal.
“Stupid penalty but it’s penalty no doubt.
“But we didn’t fall out, we didn’t give up, it was in the hard moment that we start to remember what happened with Medeama.
“But this is why we are working hard, to try to solve this problem.” Baretto said in a post match.
Kotoko are still top of the table with 41 points from 23 matches.
Their week 24 game will be against Dwarfs at the Len Clay Stadium on Thursday , May 13.
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