Former Ghana international, Emmanuel Agyeman-Badu has blamed club CEO, Oloboi Commodore over his decision to quit Accra Great Olympics.
The former Asante Kotoko and Udinese midfielder decided to join the Dade Boys as a free agent at the start of the season but has since fallen out of favour with management over alleged attempts to side-line him on match days.
He alleged that Mr. Oloboi Commodore’s influence on Yaw Preko made it impossible for him to gain selection during matches despite winning two MVP awards in 11 matches.
Badu, 32, further alleged that proven sources within the club confirmed to him that Mr. Commodore had ordered now sacked coach, Yaw Preko never to select him.
“Oloboi Commodore is the reason behind my decision to quit the club. The decision by the coach to keep me playing cost him his job and this has been confirmed by four members of the technical team,” Agyemang-Badu disclosed on Accra based Asempa FM’s SportsNite show
“I am not sure I will go back to the club again, because I have heard that the club took certain key decision about me which nearly cost the coach his job”.
By his decision, the wonder Boys will be expected to begin the second round of the Betpawa Premier League without the combative midfielder who guided the team to lift the 2022 G8 competition after beating Bechem United in the final at the Accra Sports Stadium.
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