Karela United head coach Johnson Smith believe Ghanaian referees are the same and has failed to turn on good leaf aftermath of Anas Exposé.
The country (Ghana) was served with Anas’Number 12 documentary video last year June which uncovered the rottenness in Ghana and Africa football. Especially the match referees.
The Ghanaian trainer, says referees in the country are still behaving abysmally especially during the Normalization Committee Special Competition.
'‘Ghanaian referees haven’t changed after the expose but we can’t complain even though they are still behaving abysmally", Johnson Smith told pressmen on his assessment of referees after the first round of the NC Special Competition.
He, however, commended the playing body of his team for a splendid first round of the NC Special Competition and urged them to continue in the second round.
Karela United finished the first round of the competition as leaders of the Premier League Zone B.