Professor Mintah set to quit Dwarfs after lashing out at poor managerial style
By Akyereko Frimpong-Manson
Ebusua Dwarfs head coach Professor J K Mintah could part ways with the club after expressing worry over ‘bad’ managerial style at the club and admitting disappointment over his return.
The University of Cape Coast lecturer says he should be disassociated from the disgraceful humiliation against Petro Atletico de Luanda in the CAF Confederation Cup last Sunday.
Dwarfs exited the continent’s second-tier competition 4-2 on aggregate to the Angolans after losing 4-0 in the return fixture in Luanda.
Professor Mintah could not travel with the team despite returning to Accra on Friday from international duty with the Black Stars where he is psychologist for the national team.
“People should stop associating me with the result. Because Dwarfs decided not to take me to Angola,” he told an Asempa FM reporter.
“The arrangement was that I would connect to Angola through Turkey but things couldn’t work and I came to Accra and I was told there is no ticket for me to join the team.
“I am very disappointed at how things have went since they convinced me to return to the team.”
Dwarfs are struggling in the domestic league and are trapped in the relegation zone and face being relegated from the top-flight.