Medeama SC communications director, Patrick Akoto says Samuel Boadu and Hamza Mohammed’s ‘premature’ decision to quit their coaching roles caused the club ‘psychological and emotional damage’.
Boadu turned in his resignation letter immediately after winning 2-0 against Eleven Wonder on February 24. His assistant Hamza follows suit with him a few weeks later.
At the moment, both Boadu and Hamza are respectively working as head coach and assistant for Hearts of Oak.
Medeam, therefore, have officially filed to the GFA’s Player Status Committee to demand ‘substantial damages’ from their former coaches for a breach of contract according to the club.
“The decision by Samuel Boadu to depart was premature, hasty, arbitrary, it is unacceptable and above all abuse of office as an employee. We have reported Boadu to the GFA to seek a residual value as far as the contract is concerned.” Akoto told Nhyira FM
“We feel the manner they left has caused irreparable harm and a lot of psychological and emotional damage to the club. We have referred various authorities required, that FIFA and CAF have adjudicated on, including the GFA that spells out the ramifications of taking a unilateral decision to terminate an agreement,” He added