Abdul Salam Yakubu couldn’t help but pour out his frustration at referee William Agbovi as New Edubiase crashed to opening day defeat in the Ghanaian top-flight on Sunday.
Edubiase lost their third successive home game against Hearts after going down 2-0 at the Gyamfi’s Park in Bekwai.
Edubiase were impressive in the first half but a sloppy performance in the second allowed new recruit Emmanuel Hayford to bag a brace to silence their home fans.
Edubiase president Abdul Salam Yakubu was livid with the performance of the centre referee and accused him of being biased.
“I have never been impressed with referee Agbovi’s performance. Anytime he takes charge of our match, we lose,” Yakubu told Happy FM
“We’ll protest any future appointment because we believe he has something against us.
“Hearts scored two decent goals but the overall performance of the refere leaves much to be desired.
“We’ll not allow him to handle our matches again. He’s an apology of a referee. I don’t know what he wants from us.
Edubiase will next travel to Wa to face All Stars in a must-win game on September 22.