'Terrified' James Abban ready to walk out on Aduana Stars
By Patrick Akoto
Aduana Stars striker James Abban will announce his exit from the club after meeting the club’s owner Osead3yo Agyemang Badu II.
The ex-Hearts attacker claims he feel unsafe after alleging threat on his life by Montenegrin coach Milisav Bogdanovic.
He alleged on Tuesday that the 59-year-old pulled gun on him and threatened to pull the trigger after he protested against the decision to drop him to the reserve side.
Abban feels he is not longer needed at the club and will quit after holding a meeting with the club owner.
Before I signed for Aduana Stars, Medeama needed my services but because of the Chief and Life Parton of Aduana I decided to join them,” he told Radio XYZ
“So now what I will do is that I will go and talk to the Chief that’s Osead3yo Agyemang Badu II that Bogdonovic has threatened me with a gun and I cannot risk my life so am quitting the Club.”
Abban joined the former League champions after a difficult spell at Hearts.