Shaibu Tanko says there were no tangible justifications for his dismissal as coach of Medeama SC.
The ex Hearts of Oak assistant coach was handed an official notification of the termination of his ‘contract’ with the Premier League leaders on Tuesday.
The decision to let Tanko go ends days of speculations over the future of the professional lecturer.
But Tanko says the decision lacked pure merits as the club struggled to find fault with his unblemished track record and qualification.
“They (Medeama) say there is no commitment, ask them whether I have ever missed training,” he said.
“A contract was given to me, but I had to take my time to assess it otherwise signing anything without knowing the details will be like signing your death warrant.
“They also questioned my profession as a lecturer in Winneba. Who in Ghana doesn’t know I teach there?
“So clearly the decision lacked merit. If they wanted to just sack me they should go ahead and do so and not give reasons that are not true.”
Tanko was made substantial head coach until the end of the season following the departure of Bashir Hayford at the beginning of the second half of the campaign.
The Mauves are however without a win under Tanko during which period the side suffered a humiliating 4-0 defeat to Tema Youth and played a 1-1 draw with Hearts of Oak in the Ghanaian top flight.