Ebusua Dwarfs CEO Nana Aidoo ‘brushes aside’ quit claims
Ebusua Dwarfs Chief Executive Nana Aidoo has rejected claims he’s quit the club.
Media reports have persistently claimed this week that he has quit the club after growing frustrated over the club’s unflattering campaign in the Ghanaian top-tier.
The highly-respected football administrator has been unhappy at criticism targeted at him by some ‘ungrateful’ supporters and considered leaving the job.
The business tycoon has pumped millions of dollars into the club in an attempt to make them giants in the country without any returns.
However, his efforts are not being appreciated and felt it was time to move on and concentrate on his private business.
Dwarfs have struggled for form this season despite being one of the highest paid clubs in Ghana with their wages and winning bonuses never in default since he took charge of the club.
GHANAsoccernet.com understands that the paramount chief of Cape Coast Osabarima Kwesi Atta II succeeded in convincing him to rescind his decision.
The ever-smiling and affable Chief Executive says he has not resigned from the club and remains at post.
“I have not resigned from Dwarfs. There were few issues but I have not resigned,” Nana Aidoo told GHANAsoccernet.com’s Patrick Akoto
“It has not been easy but sometimes when you feel your efforts are not been appreciated, it’s better to step down.
“But at the moment, I have not resigned from the club as media reports have suggested.”
The club is without a head coach following the appointment of Rashid Iddi as the head coach of the country’s female national team, the Black Queens.