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I don't think they can be compared to any of the professional clubs in Ghana

Teams in Ghana is below the professional standard of the demands that most teams want from them. The main issue has to do with the behavior and how the clubs retaliate in most cases during a coach sack. The information gotten to us shows that, it is obvious in many situations though the relief and calmness of Mawell Konadu doesn't deserve him to be treated this way by collecting a gift given to him by someone. The move which has caused some sort of friction has seen Asante Kotoko also chasing coach Maxwell Konadu to return the car given to him during his time at the club. In some weeks ago, all has not been well with reports in the media narrating how tension has boiled up between the two parties. In a bid to help solve the situation, the NCC of Asante Kotoko has managed to reach a consensus with coach Maxwell Konadu to get him to withdraw the case from the GFA Status Committee.

According to Kumasi FM, the NCC has assured Maxwell Konadu that they will pay the difference between the amount he expects from the club and what he will actually be paid by Kotoko. The NCC has also promised the management that they will also be ready to pay the amount accrued as "loss of use" should management continue to pursue that case.

There has been a back and forth among the two parties with letters upon letters sent either way. Maxwell Konadu has even lodged a complaint against the club at the player and coaches status committee of the Ghana Football Association(GFA). However a marathon meeting was today held between the National Circles Council led by its Chairman Christopher Damenya, some other members including Nana Kwame Danquah and coach Maxwell Konadu. They have all reached an amicable settlement with coach Maxwell Konadu handling over the Toyota Fortuner that was given him as his official vehicle whiles coach of Kotoko. Former Asante Kotoko boss Frimpong Manso believes the club took a rash decision in terminating the contract of head coach Maxwell Konadu.

Last week, the Porcupine Warriors parted ways with their trainer following a surprising 1-0 home loss to Great Olympics in the Ghana Premier League.

The problem is not about Kotoko but has ensured that in the perfect time, things will be the same like never before. Looking at the performance of the players there is nothing wrong with thier style of play and has continue to give them a befitting results. In better times like this, there must be a post match conference between the board and the playing body. But what the management members did to Asante Kotoko former coach was something abysmal. "The problem with the Kotoko team has to do with midfield. We should get time for coaches so they can build their teams. Team-building takes time and club administrators must be patient," Manso, who also featured for Kotoko during his playing days, said as reported by HappyGhana. “Sixteen players arrived this season at Kotoko and it takes time for the players to play together as a unit. Look at where some of the players came from to join the team.

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