A popular sports presenter in Tamale, Yakubu Yakubu as Mourinho has advised relegation threatened Division One Side, Yendi Gbewaa FC to sack the club administrator, Mohammed Nantogmah (Agahowa) if the club actually want to escape relegation.
Speaking during a panel radio discussion on Sankara Fm 103.1mhz on Monday night, 21st March 2021 hosted by Mohammed Nurudeen Shamuna, Mourinho blamed the club administrator for the worse performance of the Gbewaa FC so far this season. He sits lack of understanding of the job as reason for his call.
“If I had the power, I would have sacked Agahowa long time and give the opportunity to someone with the requisite knowledge of the job to take over”. He added
“How can you register players and present the list to the coach for selection when they are not yet in Player Management System”. Mourinho questioned
It can be recalled that Yendi Gbewaa FC lost their derby match to Tamale City on Saturday and information gathered indicates that Gbewaa FC had several of their players rejected by the referee during inspections because their names cannot be found in the system. So the question is, how come those players were part of the match selection?
The coach relied on players who were not part of the team selection for that match and are not in camp to rush in to play the match.
The outspoken sports presenter demands for the immediate sacking of the club Administrator for being incompetent and also creating unnecessary problems in the team. Even the club administrator, Agahowa was attacked by some players after the derby match for messing their team up. He stated
Managing a Football Club goes beyond an individual and need people with the requisite knowledge of the game.
Yendi Gbewaa has always struggled since 2018, languishing at the bottom of the table for the past 3 seasons.
Saaka Yakubu Issah and Alidu Mohammed Awal who were also panelists of the program supported the call for the sacking of the administrator. They indicated, the survival of the team is more important than satisfying an individual.
By Saaka Yakubu Issah