Medeama members meet over managerial crisis

Albert Commey is Medeama's Executive vice-president

Officials of Medeama met on Tuesday to discuss the latest development in the football’s management crisis, with far-reaching consequences.

The crisis meeting came about as a result of the threat from Chief Executive James Essilfie to quit the club.

It’s widely believed there are serious power-play among the top-brass of the team, raising concerns about a collective front to spearhead their title challenge this term

The future of head coach Bashir Hayford is also uncertain after reports suggested he could be axed if he fails to record a favourable scoreline against Ashantigold on match-day nine of the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday.

Club owner Moss Armah is determined to resolve the growing tension between members of the  management team.

Medeama started their campaign on a blistering note but two defeats and a draw has left many of their fans to wonder whether they can challenge for honours.

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