Someone at FERWAFA should take responsibility for awful pitch

Editor, RE: “FERWAFA should stop dragging Rwanda in the mud” (The New Times, September 12).

Editor,

RE:FERWAFA should stop dragging Rwanda in the mud” (The New Times, September 12).

In the old days, it was believed that a poor football field would favour the host; maybe FERWAFA was of the same view, especially that we were preparing to play a football giant.

This was just my thought but only FERWAFA boss can provide us with an explanation.

Kelly

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If it was kept like that to throw the Black Stars off their superior game, that is cheating, and our country should never be associated with such underhand, dishonest behaviour.

If it was a result of failure to prepare the pitch for the big match despite the fact everyone at FERWAFA knew well in advance the match was scheduled for that date and venue, this is criminal incompetency.

In either case, our nation’s honour has been dragged in the Amahoro potato-patch mud. Incredible that FERWAFA heads have not yet started falling.

Mwene Kalinda

 

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