Eleven Wonders defender, Mohammed Amin Adams and team manager, Ernest Amo have been placed under remand by the Amasaman court for assaulting referee Eric Sefa Antwi during a match on Saturday.
The two are said to have assaulted the referee on match week six in the Ghana Premier League in a game between Eleven Wonders and Accra Lions which was played on Saturday at the Accra Sports Stadium in which Eleven Wonders lost by a goal to nil
The game was without controversy as it was brought to a standstill on the 15th as a result of the assault incident but was restarted. The Eleven Wonders defender and the team manager were immediately arrested after the match and appeared before the Amasaman court today, Monday.
The Amasaman court ruled that the two men be placed under remand for a period of two weeks for assaulting the referee thought they pleaded not guilty when their charges were ready to them. The judge however after listening to the case judged that they serve two weeks remand.
The Eleven Wonders defender and team manager were arrested by Superintendent Freeman Kumashie from the Greater Accra Police Command, with the assistance of other security officers and the two spent two days in prison before making an appearance before the court.