Ghana's No. 1

Aduana Stars sack coach Herbert Addo

Published on: 02 August 2011

By Patrick Akoto

Premier League side Aduana Stars have officially parted ways with coach Herbert Addo and his second-in-command, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.

The ex-Asante Kotoko boss refused to extend his stay with the club for what is widely believed to be interferences in his work.

An open confrontation between the acting CEO Kofi Manu and head coach Addo during a premier league game against Medeama last season heightened speculations about the break in the relationship between the two parties.

The Dorma-based side have informed him to look elsewhere.

"They have given him a letter and the way and manner the letter was delivered was in bad taste," Assistant coach Ben Zola confirmed to Kumasi-based Angel FM

"I have also left the club because it was Addo who took me to Aduana and so if they don’t want him, I don't see why I should still be with them."

"It unfortunate that for a coach who helped the club win the premier league in their first outing to me treated that way is highly regrettable."

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