Head Coach of Legon Cities, Maxwell Konadu has stated emphatically that the El-Wak Stadium is his outfit’s home ground and they have no where to go.
The comments from Maxwell Konadu comes in following criticism about the bad nature of the El-Wak pitch in his sides draw against Hearts of Oak on Saturday.
During the game, Sulley Muntari who has played on quality pitches during his time in Europe was caught on camera complaining fervently about the bad nature of the pitch.
The former AC Milan and Inter Milan midfielder was captured seated on the turf saying in pain “pitch pitch pitch”!!
Sulley Muntari caught on camera complaining fervently about the nature of the pitch!!! pic.twitter.com/LSlVJZmr1X— #JournalismIsNotACrime (@ShaibuArshavin1) February 26, 2022
Speaking after the game, Head Coach of Hearts of Oak, Samuel Boadu lamented over the quality of the pitch.
“The pitch is not good at all, this is the Premier league and we’ve all been crying for the beauty of the game but look at this pitch. Honestly it is very bad,” Boadu said after the game.
Reacting to the complains, Maxwell Konadu said: “We should leave that to the club licensing authorities. The FA has to decide, this is our home, we have no where to go, we are here.
“So far we haven’t been beaten here, so it’s just good for us, we are enjoying it here,” Maxwell Konadu added.
The game between the two side’s ended 1-1. Hearts of Oak scored first in the 12th minute through Isaac Mensah, before substitute Amadu Osman scored in additional time to earn the Royals a precious point.