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King Faisal track CK Akunnor for vacant coaching job

Posted On Tuesday, 6th November 2012

CK Akunnor has been linked with a shock move to King Faisal

By Patrick Akoto

King Faisal have launched a bold bid to secure CK Akunnor as the club’s senior team coach.

The post has become vacant following the sacking of Stephen Abugri on Monday evening.

The tough-talking trainer was shown the exit door after he clashed with club owner Alhaji Karim Grunzah after their 1-0 home defeat to Ebusua Dwarfs on Sunday.

In a dramatic twist, the Kumasi-based club made a bold play to land Akunnor as their next man.

The 39-year-old is looking for new employers after he was sacked by Hearts following strings of poor performances in the top-flight.

Ex-Ghana international Mallam Yahaya has been appointed in a care-taker role until a substantive coach is appointed .

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Kpogas says:

    That will tell whether Hearts management were on right path or not so CK should go to Faisal for some verification.

  2. Boba Fett says:

    C K don’t accept this offer. You need a team that will help you redeem your image.

  3. Thegreatest says:

    Go CK go. Go there start from the scratch and build your own team the way you want and God will help you.

  4. ike says:

    CK be warned!! Hmmm this is Faisal. You will not last there. Find a good team!

  5. Sammy says:

    WHO LOVES A BAD LUCK COACH… I SAID IT EARLIER THAT C.K. AKUNNOR IS NOT THE RIGHT MAN FOR HEARTS AND GHANA…. HE SHOULD FIND A BETTER JOB OUTSIDE COACHING





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