Management of Aduana Stars Football Club says they have taken steps to sanction their coach for going bonkers on Asante Kotoko Coach Maxwell Konadu.
The management have expressed disappointments in the comments made by their coach W.O. Tandoh in the wake of the club’s 10v10 Ghana Premier league match week 11 clash against Asante Kotoko in which the Coach described the action of his counterpart as uncivilized.
The management of the club says they distance themselves from the “Loose” comments of the coach, citing its not their style of communicating grievances.
The management in a statement has apologized to the coaching fraternity, Maxwell Konadu, Asante Kotoko, and the sporting fraternity.
According to the club, the behavior of the coach is distasteful, and does not represent the stance and beliefs of the club, and has subsequently taken steps to sanction the coach.
Coach Paul Tandoh in an interview on Angel TV threw “Caution to the dogs” and run his mouth on the presenter of the Show, Coach Maxwell Konadu, and Asante Kotoko insisting their act of playing 10 players in their league clash was uncivilized.
Aduana Stars and Asante Kotoko caused stir in Ghanaian football when they started the entire first 45 minutes of their league match played at the Nana Agyeman Badu park with 10 players each, many believe the act must have been motivated by superstitious beliefs from both sides. Aduana Stars
Some officials of Aduana Stars have accused Asante Kotoko of imploring rough tactics in an attempt to outwit them before the start of the game. The unnamed management member stressed that Asante Kotoko refused to use the approved route to Dormaa, which led to the club arriving late for the match.
Kotoko eventually lost the game through a Samuel Bioh’s 93rd minute strike from inside the penalty area.