The Chief Executive Officer for AshantiGold, Kudjoe Fianoo has signaled his readiness to quit if convinced the club’s problem in the ongoing 2016/17 Ghana Premier League is managerial.
The Miners are struggling to find their feet for the second straight season after winning the 2014/15 league title. They currently lie 15th with 7 points from 8 games.
Supporters of the club issued a stern warning last week that they would desert the team and pledge allegiance to regional rivals Asante Kotoko should the trend continue under the current management.
But Fianoo tells Starr Sports that what is happening to the club is nothing strange and would leave if convinced the problems emanate from the management he is in charge of.
“What happened to Chelsea [in England]? They are back on top of the league after a season or two, what is happening to Leicester?,” he quipped.
“The English League is a clear example of what is happening to AshGold so it’s a matter of just remaining calm and making sure that where the problems are coming from we clear them and then we will be home and dry.
“…When we are convinced that it is a managerial issue; if it’s management, I will back off,” Fianoo stated.
AshantiGold will hope for a season revival when they host new boys Bolga All Stars at the Len Clay Stadium in Obuasi on April 2.