Head coach of Dream FC, Karim Zito despite being charge by the Ghana football association (GFA) has maintained his position over his comments after his side’s defeat to Hearts of Oak in Matchday 7 of the ongoing Ghana Premier League.
The coach in an interview with Kumasi based OTEC FM said he will defend his comments anywhere the FA may decide to take him.
“I said it, if they take me anywhere I will tell them I said it because when you look at my record I’ve never fought with a referee before but something has been happening to us that is why I said that”
“Coaches, we do talk about what worries us so if what I said at the post-match is what they’ve used to charge me then I don’t think they are fair because I don’t see any abusive language in my words.
Karim Zito maintained that he wouldn’t mind if this will cause him his causing career.
“I won’t change what I said even if they (FA) takes me to Tribunal, even if it will cause my coaching career because I don’t see anything wrong of defending my team”.
The coach has until Wednesday, 5th February to respond to the charge or face a one-match ban as well as pay a fine of ghc5000.