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Ebusua Dwarfs angry with Ghana FA over Iddi's appointment

Published on: 27 January 2014
Ebusua Dwarfs

By Patrick Akoto

Ebusua Dwarfs are fuming with anger following the appointment of Rashid Iddi as the assistant coach of the Black Queens. 

The Cape Coast-based side have been depleted after Iddi was appointed by the Ghana FA without the club’s consent and approval, can report.

Officials of the club are unhappy with attempts to deplete their technical bench ahead of the second round of the Ghana Premier League and more crucially their involvement in the CAF Confederation Cup.

The club is also without a goalkeepers’ trainer Paa Twi, who is currently with the National female Under-17 team. can reveal that top brass of the club are incensed at the show of disrespect to them and are demanding an immediate halt to the current approach.

The club is without a strong technical bench, just nine days before the resumption of the Ghanaian top-tier.

Dwarfs lost their head trainer Professor J.K Mintah after he was appointed as the psychologist for the Black Stars.

The attention of the University of Cape Coast lecturer became divided and eventually left the post to concentrate on the national team job.

Highly-respected Chief Executive Nana Aidoo has pumped millions of cedis into the club but sees his effort going up in smoke with attempts to lure members of his technical bench.

The football administrator is now faced with another financial hurdle of looking for a new trainer.

Dwarfs endured a difficult spell during the first round and are deeply involved in the relegation dog-fight largely due to an unstable technical bench.


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  • DOGO says:
    January 27, 2014 11:26 pm
    I assume all clubs enter into some kind of contractual agreement with their technical men in order to prevent untimely departure. Well If that's not the case then the men should at least show some level of loyalty to their clubs and not allow themselves to be scooped away like that. But then again, it's Ghana we are talking about here. Lolol!!!!