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Sports News of Friday, 29 May 2020


Amos Frimpong was weak and couldn't fight for players at Kotoko - Samuel Kyere

Former Asante Kotoko captain Amos Frimpong Former Asante Kotoko captain Amos Frimpong

Former Asante Kotoko defender Samuel Kyere has criticize his former captain Amos Frimpong for being a stooge and a yes-man who could not fight for the welfare of the players.

The former Ghana youth player joined Asante Kotoko in 2015 after a failed stint with Armenian outfit Shirak FC.

Kyere after the departure of the coach David Duncan never saw eye to eye with the caretaker boss Michael Osei, who he abused in the media.

According to the defender, Michael Osei never liked him and always made him look like an indiscipline player.

He said Michael Osei sabotaged him at Kotoko but the then captain Amos Frimpong was toothless and unable to defend the players.

“I was not indiscipline in the team as was portrayed by coach Michael Osei. He always talked about whatever I did, using me as an example whenever he was giving a speech,” Kyere told Ashh FM.

“We had nobody to explain our issues with and Amos Frimpong, who was the captain at Asante Kotoko was not able to fight for the players. For me, he was a weak leader.”

The controversial Samuel Kyere has been unattached since parting ways with Techiman City in 2016.