Sacking Ignatius Osei-Fosu was apt – Moses Parker

President and Bankroller of Ghanaian top flight side Medeama Sporting Club, Moses Armah Parker does not regret sacking coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu. 

Mr Parker believes that the decision to show the tactician the door barely a month into last season was appropriate.

Medeama SC had hoped for a better start to the 2021/22 Ghana Premier Season under then coach Osei-Fosu but only managed to pick two points from their opening three games.

They lost to Bechem United, before recording draws against Bibiani Gold Stars and Techiman Eleven Wonders.

As a result, the management of the club was forced to expel him from the team following his poor run and assistant coach, Umar Abdul  Rabi was made to act as interim head coach.

Speaking about the decision for the first time, Moses Armah Parker disclosed that he was tactful with the decision they took because the interest of the club was considered first.

“Yes, for last season, Rabiu, perfect he was good if I would recall, he took over our second match when we went to Techiman [against Eleven Wonders]. And it was a perfect move, we needed it because things didn’t go the way we envisaged.

“I am telling you frankly, I noticed certain things and realized things wouldn’t fair good so, therefore, Rabi came in to move the team where the team was placed at the second position,” Mr Parker made this revelation to Alfred Takyi Mensah on Agoro Fie via Onua TV.

He was quick to describe the decision as paramount, something that amounted to the team’s performance on the league table because the principle of the club is win-win and nothing else.

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Umar Rabi led Mauves and Yellows to finish second last season, and he has been replaced by veteran trainer David Duncan.

By Isaac Ansah Apagya|Onua Sports