Tandoh in a radio interview after their 1-0 win over the Porcupines at Nana Agyemang Badu I Park last Wednesday in Dormaa Ahenkro Tandoh described the Kotoko side a village club considering how they played.
“Is this village football what they are taking to London? Tandoh quizzed in reference to Kotoko’s Independence Anniversary clash with Hearts of Oak''.
“Kotoko came to play superstition and not football because they know we have better players than them,” he continued.
Tandoh extended his scathing attack to the Asante Kotoko SC trainer describing him as a "village coach"
“Maxwell is a national team manager, isn’t it? .....He is a disgrace to football. Did you see his line up on the paper? He started with players on the bench before those who started the game. What is this nonsense for?'' He quizzed.
''Maxwell Konadu is a village coach who came to play village tactics in Dormaa. He is a disgrace to Ghana football & new generation of footballers,” he said.
“He didn’t deserve to coach a national team. If Kotoko deploy such bush tactics in London, Hearts will beat them.”
Communication Director of the club Evans Oppong, has said his outfit have apologized to Konadu and the club Asante Kotoko SC.
Oppong also emphasized that Aduana Stars distance themselves from the statement made by Tandoh on radio last night.
Meanwhile Coach Tandoh has apologised to Asante Kotoko colleague Maxwell Konadu over his ''derogatory'' comments.
Perry Paisley / SilverSports / SilverFM
Last modified on Saturday, 22 February 2020