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Kobina Amissah quits Berekum Chelsea

Posted On Monday, 14th January 2013

Coach Kobina Amissah has quit Berekum Chelsea as youth coach

Coach Kobina Amissah has resigned from his post as Berekum Chelsea U21 trainer. 

The former Bibiani Gold Stars head coach has told local media he is fed up with the behaviour of CEO Obed Nana Kwame Nketiah.

“I have officially resigned as Chelsea U21 coach because of personal reasons,” he told Accra-based Happy FM.

“I’m fed up with the untoward behaviour of my CEO Nana Kwame,” he added.

He has been linked with a move to Kumasi-based King Faisal.

Amissah led Chelsea’s youth to win the 2011 Yokohama Cup in Germany.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. wonderful kwame says:

    Ghana will win only two matches. You guys should pray and hope those friendly games are not counted as the two. I saw Ghana win their first two games. Ungrateful people.

  2. theophilus Opoku says:

    Hahaha,at long last your bad behavior has been notice.this coach is the most corrupt coach ever in Ghana football.he always correct bribe from players managers before the player is pick and play.i have evidence about what i am saying.Please Grusah do not go for this coach else he will destroyed your team.he is very corrupt and bad coach

  3. Festus says:

    If u think you have evidence to what u’re saying why have you kept it to yourself till now? Give us a break and stop this stupidity.

  4. SNOW DEMON says:

    OPOKU THEOPHILUS. THIS SHOULD BE YOUR LAST TIME ON THIS WEBSITE. HOW CAN COLLECT BE CORRECT





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