Aduana Stars Defender Paul Aidoo Refutes Claims Of Staking Bet In Their 6:0 Defeat To Raja Casablanca
Aduana Stars defender, Paul Aidoo has rubbished claims of staking bet in their 6-0 defeat to Raja Casablanca in the final group game in the CAF Confederation Cup competition.
The two times Ghana Premier League winner were demolished in Morocco on Wednesday.
After the club's heavy defeat, reports have emerged that the former Medeama SC defender staked bet behind the Moroccan as well as the Club’s CEO Albert Commey who is also indicted for selling the game to the North Africans.
But the lanky centreback has denied the accusations levelled against him.
“I have never bet in my playing career and how can I do that at the expense of a club that pays and feeds me,” Aidoo said on Oyerepa FM.
“We lost because there’s no football in Ghana which is making us lack match fitness that’s all.”
“Another allegation is that our management sold the match,how can such happen.”
“We are sorry for what happened but all these accusations are false they are unfounded.”
“We just got to Dormaa and I am going straight to the Police Station to file a complaint because I have heard one of our supporters is accusing me of staking bet with this match. It’s not true and I have never done this before,” he added.
Aduana Stars only managed 4 points after six rounds of matches in the CAF Confederation Cup.