Acting Head Coach of Medeama FC, Abdul Umar Rabie believes his side’s slim margin away defeat to Bechem United is unfair.
Umar Rabie led the Mauves and Yellows to the hunting grounds at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour park last Saturday for a face-off with Bechem United in a Ghana Premier League Match Week 14 clash.
Bechem defender Kofi Agbesimah scored a 94th minute penalty goal to dash Medeama’s hopes of picking a first away point since December.
The result dented the away side’s attempt at a resurgence in league form after a very poor run of form at the start of the season.
Reacting to the game during the post-match interview, Umar Rabie lamented the outcome of the game citing inexperience for the concession of the late penalty.
I don’t think this is a fair results, we did our best to contend them to get a point from here.
“If you look at the penalty, it was inexperience, there was no need for him to go down. It’s another cheap goal (to concede).
“It’s just inexperience, he’s (the culprit) is coming from the second division so you can see” he added.
Following the defeat, Medeama FC currently lie 10th on the league log after collecting 17 points from 13 games played. They are 3 points off the Top 4.