Tarkwa-based club, Medeama SC has confirmed that two of their former coaches, Samuel Boadu and his assistant Hamza Obeng have been reported to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) for breach of contracts.
It will be recalled that Samuel Boadu left Medeama after 15 matches in the first round of the Ghana premier league to join Hearts of Oak to save their sinking ship. Meanwhile, Hamza Obeng joined his former boss two weeks later at the rainbow club.
However, an earlier report by your trusted news hub over a possible legal tussle was quashed by the former MTN FA Cup champions.
In a post sighted by Societywatch.net on Facebook by the Public Relations Officer of the Mauve and Yellow club, the two coaches have caused irreparable harm both physically and psychologically which is unacceptable.
Kindly read a full post by Patrick Akoto below.
Medeama have reported former coaches Samuel Boadu and Hamza Obeng to the Ghana Football Association for breach of contracts.
The club believe the decision of the two coaches were premature, hasty, capricious, unacceptable and an abuse of office as employees.
Their decision has caused an irreparable harm and damaged the club physically and psychologically.
The club is seeking substantial damages for their unilateral decisions.
I really and sincerely wished we didn’t get to this stage.
But here we are!!