ADUANA COACH W.O TANDOH IN ‘HEARTFELT APOLOGY’ FOR UNFORTUNATE REMARK

Aduana Stars coach has issued “heartfelt apologies for any offence caused” for branding Maxwell Konadu as a ‘villager’ after his side win over Kotoko on Wednesday.

Coach Tandoh verbally abused Asante Kotoko head coach Maxwell Konadu after calling him a ‘village coach and branding the ex-Black Stars assistant coach as a ‘disgrace to Ghana football’. The coach made those remarks when he spoke on Ghana – Kumasi Base station Angel FM’s sports show.

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Aduana Stars won the tie during stoppage time when Samuel Bio placed the ball beyond Kwame Baah who was in post for the Porcupine Warriors.
However, the under-fire Aduana Stars Coach has apologized to Maxwell Konadu and Coaches Association executives for his unfortunate remarks.

“I wish to use your platform to render an unqualified apology to the president of Ghana Coaches Association executives and all coaches for my unfortunate comments about my senior coach Maxwell Konadu during a radio interview I granted.

“I am sincerely sorry for the comments and any pain it might have caused him and anyone else. I promise my family, employers and the general football fraternity that this unfortunate incident will never happen again. In a moment of error in judgment and inexplicable anxiety I let myself and everyone connected with me down.

“May God be my helper in this trying times. I plead for clemency and promise to be of good behavior. Thank all for accepting to grant mercy.”

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