Ebusua Dwarfs official Paul Adjetey believes the team’s current slump in the Ghana Premier League is due to intimidation from their fans.
The Mysterious club are currently languishing just a place above the relegation zone by a superior head-to-head record.
Dwarfs have failed to hit the same heights as they did last season – raising several concerns within their supporters ahead of their campaign in the CAF Confederations Cup.
But Paul Adjetey says the players, coaches and officials have been playing under duress from their intimidating fans.
“We have seen that our players, coaches and officials have been playing games under duress from our fans,” he told Metro FM.
“The fans keep hooting at the players and threatening and intimidating them when they are on the field of play.
“Seriously, this situation is taking a toll on our team and we need to address this.
“That aside, the other thing about luck has also eluded the team. We play all the football but end up either dropping some points or even losing all of them.
“We have decided to write to the PLB (Premier League Board) for them to help address the security situation for our players and coaches.”
Dwarfs next make a tough trip to face New Edubiase as they look to improve their current disappointing position in the Ghanaian top flight.