Ashantigold coach Bashir Hayford insists he has no problem with former employers Medeama.
After guiding the Tarkwa-based side to the top of the table in the first round of the season, many were surprised when Hayford resigned from his post.
But the former Asante Kotoko tactician says he remains cordial with Executive vice president Albert Commey and doesn’t want to dwell on the past.
“I don’t have any issues with anybody. I’m a professional and so when the opportunity came I just grabbed it.
“I decided not to inform Albert because he would have talked me out of it.
“But we have a nice relationship and it will continue to stay that way.
“I had four months left on my contract and no one was telling me anything whether it was going to be renewed or not.
“I didn’t want to wait for it to expire before I start looking for a new job.
Hayford is expected to lead the miners to Berekum to face Chelsea at the Golden City Park on Sunday.