GHANAsoccernet.com can shockingly reveal that outgoing CEO of Obuasi AshantiGold SC Kudjoe Fianoo has relentlessly been lobbying the Life Patron of Aduana Stars, Oseadeayo Nana Agyemang Badu II, to take away the CEO position from Albert Commey and hand it over to him.
Despite Albert Commey’s ability to lead the side to win the Ghana Premier League last season as well as overseeing a successful campaign in the CAF Champions League, Fianoo believes he can do a better job than Commey.
The outspoken former Ghana FA ExCo member who seems to be losing his weight in the football fraternity following the decision of new owners of AshGold to show him the exit is ruthlessly searching for a club to pitch camp with.
The news has hit the football media landscape with unexpected shock as many considered Fianoo as a bosom friend of Albert Commey.
Fianoo who has ambitions to contest for the presidency of the seat of the Ghana FA is strenuously looking for a club to associate with to enable him create a constituency ahead of the 2019 GFA Presidential election.
Despite being coy on the matter and refusing to comment on the development, inside sources close to Albert Commey confirmed to GHANAsoccernet.com that Fianoo, who won just a single league trophy in 13 years with AshGold, approached the Dormahene to expel Commey and hand him the job.
Insiders at Dormaa disclosed that although the Dormaahene refused to respond to Fianoo’s request, he was overly shocked by his action.
The current CEO of Aduana Stars guided the club to finish second in the Ghana Premier League last season but supervised a better season which won them the league title.
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