Former management member of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, David Serebour-Boateng has labelled Chief Executive Chairman of the club, Dr Kwame Kyei’s tenure of office as a ‘failure’.
According to the former management member, the Unity Oil owner has paid his dues for the Kumasi-based club but has fallen short in many areas of interest.
Dr. Kyei was handed a three-year mandate by the club’s life Patron, the Asantehene, to steer affairs of the club in 2016.
But Mr Serebour-Boateng insisted that Dr Kyei’s benchmark at the club is yet to be fulfilled, as he was mandated to reshape the administrative structure of the club to infuse professionalism and competence at all levels of its operations.
And also consolidate the position of Kotoko at the top of the domestic league and advance further to take its rightful place among the elite clubs of Continental African Soccer.
“Dr Kwame Kyei has not met any of his benchmarks at the club since appointment,” he said.
“He has failed so far as the Chief Executive Chairman of the club”. Mr Siriboe Boateng said during an exclusive interview with Saddick Adams on Angel 102.9 FM’s Floodlight Sports show.
He however expressed confidence in the Life Patron to exercise his power and wisdom in either retaining or relieving Kwame Kyei of his position when needed.
Source: Ghana | Angelfmonlinegh.com | Ansah Apagya