Kwabena Rahman Ameyaw, former deputy coach of Aduana Stars, has denied reports that he frustrated the club’s efforts in their opening campaign of the Ghana Premier League new season.
The 47-year-old was sacked on Monday after a meeting with his employers in the wake of the resignation of head coach Nurudeen Amadu following the team’s two defeats in a row.
“I’m sad a bit to leave Aduana but I’m very worried with how it all ended. It’s never true that I was behind the club’s abysmal performance this season,” Ameyaw told Nhira FM.
“How can I plan such an evil deed against Nurudeen Amadu? I was the one who recommended him before the start of the season when I was consulted because I know him very well. So why on earth should I turn around to stab him in the back?
“It’s unfair to single me out for the successive defeats to Inter Allies and Wa All Stars because I’ve been with the club for almost a decade. I qualified the club from the second-tier league to top-flight and more importantly, I’m a native and won’t plan any evil against my grandfather’s club.
“I wish the club all the best in my absence but the truth will one day pop out from nowhere,” he added.
Goal understands that Aduana goalkeeper coach and team manager will lead the squad to face Techiman City next weekend on Match day Three.
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