Speaking to your truly in an exclusive interview the leader of the bottom club said the match officials have never been fair to them.
He totally blames the referees for the woes of Osu Dolphins and said the only solution was to just play and if he no more has the strength quit for others to continue.
“I have started this beautiful thing for the people of Osu, Madina, Accra and else where, we need people to push it up not those who would pull us down” he said.
According to Brock, it is not easy man aging a Beach Soccer Club as it must be done by many people with different roles and duties.
He expressed that the people of Osu have not been helpful in supporting the team and promised to raise boys from different parts of Accra to put his team in top shape for the second round.
He noted that the CAL Bank sponsorship was ideal, but he was able to survive without touching it in the first round. He prayed that CAL Bank would stay and increase the amount of sponsorship to carter for the referee and other difficulties of the GBSA.
The clubs in Premiership representative said the game in Ghana is growing but wondered why he has not seen the country recognised by the Beach Soccer World Wide organisation as well as the Confederation of African Football (CAF).
“We have started a tough league in Ghana and our boys want the chance to
feature for their country at the Beach Soccer World Cup, we need to raise a team to play foe Ghana, we have the men who can beat Togo, Nigeria, Senegal, South Africa, Morocco and others, I can boldly say we are ready for the world” he said.
Bernard Brock worked with in Parliament, the Ministry of Tourism and Private Sector Reform office before joining the Accra Metropolitan Authority (AMA).
Quizzed on the best beach soccer teams, he mentioned Keta Sunset, Havedzi Mighty Warriors, Chorkor Blue Whales and his club, Osu Dolphins who won their match on the last day of the league.