Kotoko wrote to South African embassy to deny me visa – Fabin reveals
Former head trainer of Asante Kotoko, Paa Kwesi Fabin has disclosed that his former outfit wrote to the South African embassy to deny him a visa.
The 56-year-old relinquished his position after seven months in charge citing personal reasons for stepping down.
However, a video went viral in which Paa Kwesi Fabin was heard negotiating a deal with a president of an unknown club in South Africa.
Paa Kwesi Fabin was heard saying he will fly to South Africa if the club wire some money into his account to settle his family before he joins them.
“I decided not to talk about this to anyone but I want to say it today. Kotoko took a letter to the South African embassy to deny me a visa, which I won’t be able to authenticate who sent it there,” he told Kumasi based Kessben FM.
He further revealed that the management of Kumasi Asante Kotoko wrote to the South African Football Association (SAFA) to complain that a team from their federation wants to induce their coach to walk out of a contract which was yet to expire.
“I didn’t want to muddy the waters, Kotoko again wrote a letter to the South African Football Association (SAFA) to report that a team from their federation wants to induce their coach to walk out of a contract which was yet to expire, and am making all these revelations because of the falsehood Chief Executive Officer(CEO) George Amoako is spreading.”
The former Ghana Premier League champions are yet to appoint a replacement for Paa Kwesi Fabin.
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