Revealed: Paa Kwesi Fabin resigned as Kotoko coach over leaked video negotiating with South African club

Published on: 13 September 2018
Revealed: Paa Kwesi Fabin resigned as Kotoko coach over leaked video negotiating with South African club
Samuel Kwasi Fabin, coach of Ghana during the 2017 Under 17 Africa Cup of Nations Finals Ghana press conference at the Libreville Stadium in Gabon on 19 May 2017 ©Samuel Shivambu/BackpagePix

Dodgy-dealing Paa Kwesi Fabin had no option but to resign as Asante Kotoko coach after a video of him negotiating with a club in South Africa got leaked.

The former Ghana U17 coach was caught pleading to the president of the club to advance some cash for his signing on fee.

Although he was under contract with the Porcupine Warriors, Fabin was ready to ditch the club and go to South Africa if some monies was wired into his bank account.

The fact that Fabin was negotiating the deal behind the back of the club was enough to get him fired.

''President I have seen the offers that you have given me. I think I will need the signing on fee so that I will be able to settle some debts- to settle my family back home before,'' Fabin was unashamedly heard in a video chat.

''If you are able to do that I am sure that by next week I will be in South Africa to start working for you.''

Fabin had been in-charge of the Porcupine Warriors since February this year when he was appointed to replace Englishman Steve Pollack.

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