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Medeama Communications Director Patrick Akoto brushes aside 'bad luck' tag as COVID-19 delays first league title

Published on: 02 July 2020
Medeama Communications Director Patrick Akoto brushes aside 'bad luck' tag as COVID-19 delays first league title
Medeama Communication chief Patrick Akoto

Communication Director of Medeama SC, Patrick Akoto has rejected claims that the club is a 'bad luck' team after their quest for a first league title was dealt a huge blow following the cancellation of the Ghana Premier League. 

On Tuesday, the Ghana Football Association's Executive Council agreed to end the season without a winner due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Medeama were top of the table before the decision to truncate the season was taken, and this is the second time the Mauves are Yellows were faced with similar fate after the 2018 campaign was annulled following the Anas exposé.

“It is not bad luck. I don’t think we are bad luck club. This Covid-19 in natural disaster and the Anas expose was man-made force majeur. Its not a bad omen. Certain things just happen,” Akoto told Fox FM in Kumasi.

The young and affable communications director is still confident Medeama will have another shot to the title when football returns in future.

“As you all know we are a team that maintain our players for long periods. Our materials are there and we are waiting for the next competition to go again," he added.

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