Kotoko CEO admits he was wrong in Maxwell Konadu’s sacking

Kotoko CEO admits he was wrong in Maxwell Konadu’s sacking

Maxwell Konadu
Maxwell Konadu

The Chief Executive Officer [CEO] of Asante Kotoko, Nana Yaw Amponsah, has admitted he made a mistake in sacking Maxwell Konadu.

Coach Konadu, a former Kotoko forward, was sacked after their shock 1-0 defeat to Great Olympics in the ongoing 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season at the Accra Sports Stadium.

car-ad

In an interview, Mr Amponsah said that he did not inform the board of directors before terminating the contract of the former Black Stars assistant coach.

active-promo

“I made a mistake for sacking Maxwell Konadu because I did not officially write to inform the board,” Mr Amponsah told Kumasi based Oyerepa FM.

“I admit I am wrong and I accept that. Maxwell Konadu’s records at Kotoko was not bad but it was time for him to go and other big clubs in the world have done that but I again admit I was wrong for not informing the board.

READ ALSO

“Currently, the club is under the guidance of Johnson Smith until a new head coach is found,” he said.

Since Konadu’s departure, Kotoko have been involved in two games which they recorded a win and a defeat. The defeat came in their Caf Champions League clash with Al Hilal in Accra.

The disappointing 1-0 result means Kotoko are on the brink of elimination from the competition at the second round stage if they don’t up their game.

Source: www.adomonline.com

Leave a Reply