Former coach and technical director of Sekondi Eleven Wise, Thomas Ampomah has expressed disappointment towards the club after the two have gone on separate ways.
Sekondi Eleven Wise released an official statement on Monday confirming the mutual separation between the club and the coach.
In an exclusive interview with Takoradi based radio station Spice 91.9 FM, Thomas Amponsah revealed that the club disrespected him in the manner he got fired after nearly five years without a penny as salary.
“We have not played football for nearly two years so on what basis did they sack me, it was not mutual, and to date, I have not received an official letter.”
“If I have been removed from my position, I don’t want to go back and forth with them, they should pay me off so I can find my way out.”
“For four and a half years, I never received money for a sachet of water not to talk of one Ghana Cedi.”
Ampomah was in charge when Eleven Wise suffered relegation to Division Two and the club will be hoping to appoint a new coach before the end of this week.
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