Former Black Stars midfielder Emmanuel Agyemang Badu has left Accra Great Olympics after just five months at the club.
According to the 32-year old, he decided to leave Olympics after he gathered information that the club resolved to sack Coach Yaw Preko because he insisted on starting him in games, which was against the wishes of management.
“I’m not sure I will return to the club again,” he told Enoch Worlanyo on Asempa FM’s SportsNite as quoted by GhanaSportsonline.com.
“It is just unfortunate but I have heard that the management of the club has taken certain decisions against me which the coach fought against strongly,” he added.
“The decision by the coach to keep me playing cost him his job and this has been confirmed by four members of the technical team,” he added.
“The CEO of the club [Oloboi Commodore] is the one behind it,” he further stated.
Agyemang Badu joined Great Olympics on a year deal at the start of the ongoing season.
The midfielder who was part of the team that won Ghana the 2009 U-20 World Cup made 11 league appearances for the Dade Boys and was named man of the match in two of those game.
The former Udinese player was part of the Great Olympics team that won the 2022 GHALCA G6 after defeating Berekum Chelsea 2-0 in the final.