The CEO of Aduana Stars, Albert Commey has come to the defence of his club’s action against Derrick Sasraku’s misconduct.
The 24-year-old striker was suspended ahead of the club’s mid-week CAF Confederations cup clash against their Congolese counterparts, AS Vita Club.
Sasraku’s conduct has come under scrutiny in recent years. Before joining the Dormaa-based club, the bulky striker received a one year suspension from the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for beating a referee.
At Aduana, he fought his former team mate Elvis Opoku in a training ground scuffle in March ahead of their CAF Champions league return leg against ES Setif.
Speaking to Citi Sports, Mr. Albert Commey stated that, ‘’Derrick has a disciplinary history…though the punishment was severe, he deserved it”.
‘’We are going to meet and take a decision on him’’, he stressed.
Mr. Commey further indicated that his club will report the player’s misconduct to the world football governing body, FIFA in other to compel him to properly play for the current Ghana Premier League Champions before parting ways with him.
He added that, ‘’He [Derrick Sasraku] is doing that for us to sack him so that he gets his freedom. We will not going to give him that freedom’’.
Despite his absence, two quick first half goals from Bright Adjei and Yahaya Mohammed were enough to secure all three points for the Ogya lads in their 2-1 victory over AS Vita Club at the Agyeman Badu stadium last Wednesday (July 18, 2018).
By: Tijani Quarcoo/pinkfmonlinegh.com