Mwebaze, Maroons’ coach complained about referee Brian Nsubuga’s decision on penalty awarded to their opponents Police FC after a foul committed on Norman Ojik by Maroons player resulting into the equalizer.
Having taken the lead, Mwebaze believes if not for the unfair refereeing decisions, Police wouldn’t have struck a balance.
“We conceded a freakish penalty, which I don’t think was a penalty. Then we’re denied a goal scoring opportunity. I mean our striker is clear on goal and the referee calls the ball back.” Lamented Asef Mwebaze.
Away side Maroons FC took a comfortable lead through Pius Obuya’s 24th minute goal and Solomon Walusimbi’s 31st minute goal before Yasin Mugume pulled a consolation at the 42nd minutes as Ben Ocen equalized at the 50th minute from a spot kick.
Whereas Police FC tactician Abdallah was contrary as he believed it wasn’t his responsibility to assess referee decision.
“I don’t normally comment about the referees, they are doing their Job and have got their assessors.” Said Mubiru.
The former KCCA and Masavu coach denied having managed to pick a point from Maroons due to football affirmative action. In his own words this is what he had to say;
I’ll only say that probably we’ve not benefitted from his decision today.”
Police FC has registered 2 draws in 9 league games this season whereas Maroons has registered 4 draws this season