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17 Feb

Former Ashanti Gold coach Kasim Gökyildiz gives Ghana FA one-week ultimatum

The Turkish gaffer has given the country's football governing body an ultimatum to issue an apology over his coaching certificate brouhaha.

Former Ashanti Gold SC head coach, Kasim Gökyildiz has given the Ghana Football Association a week ultimatum to retract their statement issued of revoking his license to handle any Premiership side in the West African nation.
The Ghana FA issued a press statement weeks ago stating that the provision license handed to the 54-year-old trainer to work after failing to validate the authenticity of the coaching certificate provided by him.
Later, the Turkish Football Federation refuted the claims by the Ghana FA on the validate of Kasim Gökyildiz's certificate with a statement.
"I want the Ghana FA to issue an apology to retract that statement on my certificate in the next seven working days," Gökyildiz told Kumasi FM
"The Ghana Football Association has defamed me with such untrue statement which I want them to retract it immediately"
"I will drag them to FIFA if they fail to do so. Yes, I mean it....I never lied with my UEFA license 'A' certificate issued by the Turkish Football Federation"
"That statement can end my coaching career which they must retract it" he concluded
Gökyildiz has terminated his contract with Ghana Premier League side Ashanti Gold SC.
Ashanti Gold SC compensated the former Adana Dermirspor youth coach with an amount around $5000.
The UEFA License 'A' holder was appointed earlier this year following the departure of Brazilian coach Ricardo Da Rocha last year.
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