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02 Aug

Former Kotoko Board member wants Otumfuo to SACK Dr. Kwame Kyei

Former Board member and National Circles Chairman of Asante Kotoko, Bernard Xiel has invoked to Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to sack the club's Chairman Dr. Kwame Kyei.
The business talcum Dr. Kwame Kyei was appointed last season by Otumfuo Osei Tutu || to steer the affairs of Kotoko after the club's legend Opoku Nti was dethroned.
The former supporters leader Bernard Xiel believes the club's current situation is being mishandled by the Dr. Kwame Kyei - he cited the leadership skills of the Chairman.
He also claimed that Dr. Kwame Kyei is too busy with his work, and therefore has little time for the club.
"If I get the privilege to meet Otumfuo. I will tell him to sack Dr Kwame Kyei because he can't do the work," Bernard Xiel told Kumasi-based Metro FM.
"Dr Kwame Kyei don't have time to manage Kotoko so he should hand over the team to the owner," Bernard Xiel advised.
"He has worked with about seven coaches since his appointment. There is always confusion within the management team. How can a leader do this?" he questioned Kwame Kyei's leadership traits.
He added that "How can a club like Kotoko be with a car without insurance."
"The state of Kotoko team bus is very poor and doesn't befit the standard of the club," he added.
By: Opoku Augustus
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