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Sports News of Friday, 21 February 2020


Aduana Stars distance themselves from W.O Tandoh comments - Club's spokesperson

Aduana Stars head coach, Wilson O. Tandoh Aduana Stars head coach, Wilson O. Tandoh

Spokesperson of Aduana Stars, Evans Oppong has revealed that the comments of their head coach W.O Tandoh about Asante Kotoko SC and Maxwell Konadu do not reflect the position of the club.

On matchday 10, the two sides faced off at the Nana Agyemang Badu Park in a match which had a lot of drama and sub-plots but after winning the game by a lone goal, W.O Tandoh decided to throw invective at Asante Kotoko and their head coach Maxwell Konadu.

Tandoh was upset at the decision of Kotoko to start the game with 10 men instead of the mandatory 11 players.

“Maxwell Konadu came to play village tactics in Dormaa. He is a disgrace to Ghana Football and the new generation of footballers. He doesn’t deserve to coach a national team. If Kotoko sends these bush tactics to London, Hearts will beat them” W.O Tandoh told Accra based Angel FM.

After the tirade by W.O Tandoh last night, Evans Oppong in an interview with the Kumasi based Nhyira FM said the comments of their coach was unfortunate and does not reflect that of the club and also apologized to the entire Kotoko fraternity.

“We as Aduana Stars would like to distance ourselves from the comments of coach W. O. Tandoh, it doesn't represent our views, it's his personal view. We apologize to Asante Kotoko, to coach Maxwell Konadu, to the Coaches Association and all affected parties”.