‘No interest to hire Maxwel Konadu’

By Daily Sports on September 27, 2017

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Enyimba of Aba has debunked reports that they are interested in hiring Ghanaian coach, Maxwell Konadu.

Konadu lead Ghana to a 4-1 win over Nigeria in the just concluded WAFU Cup and reports from Ghana suggest talks over taking over the reins as coach of Enyimba are underway, but the club through its official distanced themselves from the report.

A statement from the media of the team dismissed the reports as false and also made it clear that the club is satisfy with current head coach Gbenga Ogunbote, hence the coaching position of the team is not open for application.

“The attention of the management of Enyimba Football Club has been drawn to a news story attributing to it interest in Ghana WAFU coach Maxwell Konadu.

The club hereby distances itself from this rumour, as there has been no communication between Enyimba and Mr Konadu, let alone our officials flying out to Ghana for a meeting,” the statement reads.(Completesportsnigeria)

•Photo shows Maxwell Konadu.

Source Daily Sports

Posted September 27, 2017

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