The Technical Director for Inter Allies, Willie Klutse has said some coaches they have hired in the past have not been fair to the club as they turn to dump the team mid-way through their contract.
Klutse was responding to a question on Paa Kwesi Fabian’s departure from the club as head coach.
The former Black Starlets coach resigned from his post just after three months in charge.
According to Klutse, the manner at which Paa Kwesi Fabian left the club was so unfair as well as other coaches in the past including Herbert Addo and Kenichi Yatsuhachi.
Speaking in an interview on Wamputu Sports on Happy FM he said, “Coaches that we have hired, leave us in unfair manner. We feel they are using us. If they don’t have any offer they come for our job and then leave us mid-way”.
“Paa Kwesi Fabian was soo unfair to us. We never owed him any money; we did our part in the contract offered him. We never did him any wrong”.
“All these coaches will use us and then leave but we never give up. As for Paa Kwesi he was hired and he run away”, he added.
Inter Allies have appointed Tony Lokko as the new head coach of the club after Paa Kwesi Fabien departure.