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Head Coach of the Seychelles national team, Gavin Jeanne has decried what he called bad officiating after seeing his side suffer a second demoralizing defeat to Ethiopia’s U-23 team at the weekend, AOIFootball.com reports.
Still, without a win in Group E, Seychelles, who are camped in Ethiopia lost 3-0 to their hosts after also going down 1-0 to the same opponents a few days earlier.
Jeanne, who insists his side want to finish strongly in the AFCON qualifiers, posited that there were few positives for his side despite the bad officiating and hopes for a better outing against Nigeria on Friday.
“We played a bit better but it was not a fair game as two of our opponents’ goals should never have stood as the official was biased and we had two players sent off and we also struggled with the altitude,” Galvin told local media.
Bottom-placed Seychelles travel to Asaba hoping to get their first win in the qualifiers after losing four and drawing one of their five fixtures which also included a 3-0 reverse loss to Nigeria in the first leg.

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