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The blame game continues after the 5-0 defeat at the hands of Ghana. Coach
Ashenafi Bekele crucified young goalie Abel Mamo after the humiliating defeat. Ashenafi’s latest statement was contrary to what he told Sport Zone FM Radio days earlier. “This is Ashenafi, a wizard in blaming others since he started coaching at Banks some twenty years back,” remarked a former Banks player.
What is amazing about that shocking result is the silence of all concerned bodies including EFF high officials. No one came forward to take responsibility or to clarify the misery. To add salt to the burn Ashenafi suddenly changed his mind and blamed his goal keeper for all the sins committed. “It is because of Abel’s bad performance that we lost with such a shocking margin,” Ashenafi stated.
Comparing our level of football to that of the four time African champion who frequents the World Cup, the result is surprising. However, the poor organization made it harder for the team to compete.
It would have been better if Ahenafi didn’t make excuses and instead took responsibility for the player’s poor performance and promised to take steps to improve the situation. He paired two players with no experience, Mujib Kasim with Aschalew Tamene rather than fielding Saint George player Saladin Baregecho. He didn’t substitute Abel and didn’t play leading goal scorer Salhadin Said. He didn’t use international striker Oumed Oukri, sticking instead to a one striker game plan and he chose to keep silent about the federation’s negligence in organizing their trip to Kumasi. If the team is going to compete the strategy needs to be improved.