Paa Kwesi Fabin has broken his silence for the first time since he parted ways with Inter Allies, citing he desires to concentrate on national team duties.
Inter Allies on Monday announced that they have cancelled their contract with Coach Paa Kwesi Fabin by mutual consent but didn’t state what accounted for that.
However, the coach of the national U-17 male national football team of Ghana has indicated that he resigned to enable him concentrate on his job as a national team coach.
“We are coming to form a new U-17 team and this requires a lot of time. If you concentrate on a job, you end up getting good results.
“I believe I will be spending more time with the Black Starlets and to coach Inter Allies at the same time won’t auger well, hence the need to choose one ahead of the other, but I decided to settle on Black Starlets,” Paa Kwesi Fabin told Kasapa FM.
Paa Kwesi helped Inter Allies to finish 7th on the league ladder of the 2014-15 First Capital Plus Premier League.
Inter Allies on Tuesday reunited with Herbert Addo their coach during the 2013-14 football season.
And Paa Kwesi Fabin thinks his former side’s decision to bring back Herbert Addo as head coach is a laudable idea.
“I believe he is one of the seasoned coaches in the country, so he can make a big impact,” he added.