Technical director of Inter Allies, Willie Klutse, is alleging that something suspicious might have transpired between officials of Accra Hearts of Oak and Inter Allies goalie, Kwame Baah.
The former national U-20 shot-stopper conceded three goals in the dying minutes of the game to allow the phobians climb up from two goals down and defeat their hosts 3 – 2 at the Tema park on Sunday afternoon.
Sunday’s result has led to many pundits and fans singing the praise of the new and revitalised Accra Hearts Oak led by Japanese tactician, Coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
But speaking in an interview, the former national talisman has dropped a bombshell insisting there is more to the victory and that, Kwame Baah might have accepted bribe at Half time from officials of Accra Hearts of Oak.
“For four minutes were looking for the goalkeeper and we could not find him”
I asked my goalkeeper and he told me he was asked to change his inner…I have never seen anything like this before. I have been to the world cup, watched how matches are organised and this is strange”
“I can’t understand why everyone will come onto the field and for four minutes we can’t find our goalkeeper. I suspect something fishy” – he told Asempa FM
Accra Hearts of Oak continue to sit on top of the Ghana Premier League table with a total of 13 points after match day 5 and will host WA Allstars in their next fixture of the ongoing Ghana Premier League.