Head Coach of Dreams Football Club, Abdul Karim Zito has been charged by the Ghana Football Association for comments made in his post game press conference in their Match week 7 loss to Hearts of Oak.
Dreams lost the game to a 54th minute goal by striker Kofi Kordzi but Karim Zito was livid after the game, claiming his side was treated unfairly by the referee.
Dreams clame close to scoring late in the game when Issah Ibrahim hit the woodwork with a ferocious effort.
Karim Zito’s bone of contention, however was a first half incident between veteran striker Eric Gawu and hearts defender Mohammed Alhassan.
He made several allegations claiming the referees were scared to rule decisions in favour of Dreams.
“Eric Gawu went ahead with the ball and the defender pushed him down. I saw a penalty. We are being punched by certain things,” Zito fumed after the game.
“They should leave us to play our game. This has bee happening in most of our games.”
“Because the FA President was a director of the club, the referees fear they will be accused of wrongdoing if they give us the right decisions,” Karim Zito said.
Karim Zito took over as Dreams coach after CK Akonnor and has been at the helm of affairs since the beginning of the season.
It will be remembered that Kurt E.S. Okraku, the FA president resigned his post as the Director of Dreams FC, a club he founded, upon his election as FA president.