By Patrick Akoto
Former Aduana Stars coach Herbert Addo launched an attack on the club's Chief Executive Kofi Manu and described him as an "ineffectual football administrator."
The relationship between the two turned dour when the coach was prevented from effecting a substitution during a Premier League match at home last season.
Addo was sacked by the Dormaa Ahenkro-based side for dereliction of duty.
"I must say that he (Kofi Manu) doesn't know anything about football. A lot of things happened during that unfortunate incident," the experienced trainer told Accra-based Happy FM.
"I nearly resigned from my position but was impressed upon by some of the directors to stay. What happened was a total shame and should not happen to any coach."
Addo led Aduana to win a historic league title last year on their debut season in the top flight.