Aduana Stars striker James Abban is alleging that coach Bogdanovic Milisav, who is from Montenegro, pulled a gun and threatened to kill him after a confrontation on Tuesday.
The incident is said to have occurred on Tuesday morning as they were about to leave for their midweek First Capital Plus Premier League match at Wa All Stars.
The Montenegrin stopped Abban, who has been dropped from the first team to the reserves, from joining the team bus for the trip.
Abban protested and that infuriated the 59-year-old who pulled out a pistol and threatened to pull the trigger but was restricted by others around.
"He pulled a pistol on me and threatened to kill me this morning (Tuesday),” Abban was quoted in the local media.
"He has always had a gun with him everywhere either in his pocket or his cars and the people around knows about this but everybody is afraid to talk.
"I went to the bus to join the team for the trip to Wa because he demoted me to the reserve side and usually we join the first team on trips but he said we should get down from the bus.
"So I asked about the decision to sack the reserves from the trip and a little misunderstanding ensued but I was shocked when he pulled a gun and threatened to shoot me in the head before some of the people around held him back from shooting.
"He has had problems with me and some players and I don't really know the reason but for a coach to pull a gun tells you his character. I am ready to meet the king and report to him because I've had enough of him.”
Milisav joined Aduana Stars on a one-year deal after walking out on fellow Ghana Premier League side Bechem United.
The UEFA Pro License coaching certificate holder has coach in Libya, Tunisia and Ivory Coast.
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