President and Bank-roller of struggling Ghana Premier League side- Medeama SC, Moses Armah has opened up on the club’s decision to part ways with erstwhile coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu.
The Tarkwa based club fired the young tactician on Wednesday November 17, 2021 after just three games in charge.
Speculations in the media suggest that the sacking is not purely on footballing reasons with many claiming an unrest within the club’s hierarchy.
However, the club’s president has defended his side’s action regarding Ignatius Ose-Fosu, insisting that their decision to fire the coach was purely on footballing reasons.
“Medeama sacked Ignatius Osei-Fosu because we were not happy with his performance,” Moses Armah told Light FM in an interview.
“And as of now, Medeama has paid all the money due him,” he added.
Moses Armah also reacted to current happenings within the club that has seen long-serving CEO James Esilfie and a host of top officials of the Mauve and Yellow, left the club.
“Those leaving the club are a blessing in disguise. Medeama is moving into a new direction,” the President concluded.
Medeama started the 2021-22 Ghana Premier League campaign on an unimpressive note, losing 4-0 to Bechem United.
The Tarkw based club followed that with a 1-1 draw at home to Bibiani Gold Stars FC and a goalless stalemate at Eleven Wonders.