Sports activities News of Friday, 4 September 2020
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Former Ghana U-17 head coach, Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin has claimed he holds no grudges from former Asante Kotoko striker, Kwadwo Poku ‘Mahala’ in spite of the player’s bribe allegations against him.
It would be recalled that in a tale that was revealed by GhanaWeb on Tuesday, February 27, 2018, Kwadwo Poku ‘Mahala’ explained coach Fabin as a person who is corrupt.
“What I know is that human beings can improve but from what I know of Paa Kwesi, he’s not a very good coach but I will not know if he is a altered individual now.”
“Paa Kwesi usually takes bribe a good deal for the reason that I recall during our time with him at Kotoko and even at school (OKESS) that was what he was performing, often acquiring bribes, that’s the gospel fact of what I know about him.” Kwadwo Poku informed Kumasi dependent Silver FM.
This comment from the former Ghana Leading League best scorer generated a ton of controversy in the regional media as it brought to the fore the unfavorable notion of coaches using bribes to hand call-ups to gamers in the national team.
Contrary to the tips from mentor Bashir Hayford that Fabin should really sue Kwadwo Poku for his derogatory remarks about him, Fabin has made the decision to ignore the rants of the previous Asante Kotoko striker.
“I have forgiven Kwadwo Poku ‘Mahala’ for accusing me of having bribes.”
“I was the just one who took him to OKESS when he passed to pursue his Substantial School schooling at KUHIS but he couldn’t go because of economical issues. I got him a scholarship at OKESS,” Paa Kwesi advised Kumasi primarily based Pure FM.
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