The two management members’ actions almost marred the emphatic victory that the Fire Club recorded in the Caf Confederation Cup
There were total chaos in Dormaa Ahenkro among Aduana Stars’ top hierarchy minutes after the entire township had started to jubilate the club’s 6-1 drubbing of Fosa Juniors from Madagascar in the first leg of the last qualifying round in the Caf Confederation Cup on Sunday.
According to AshesGyamera.com‘s sources, chief executive officer Albert Commey had a little confrontation with the club’s head of communication Dennis Asamoah, after the latter had asked for more clarification on a portion of the contract between Aduana and Happy Man Bitters and that almost resulted to a serious fight.
Per AshesGyamera’s sources, Commey after exchanging words with his subordinate, lost his cool and slapped him (Dennis). And although, onlookers quickly tried to separate them, the latter returned the slap and again heavily kicked his boss which forced him to fall down awkwardly.
It is widely rumoured in Dormaa Ahenkro that, aside the recent issue, Dennis previously suspected some foul dealings in player registration with an alleged 10 per cent kick back taken by some people around from players that were signed and raised an alarm.
AshesGyamera can also reveal that Commey and striker Yahaya Mohammed are at loggerheads since the former Kotoko star returned from Tanzania to re-join the club.
Our outfit understands that Commey vehemently kicked against the decision to re-sign Yahaya despite the club’s owner Nana Agyemang Badu agreeing to bring him back to help in their participation of the Caf Champions League and someone told the player about it.
It is also believed that he was the one who Commey threw shades at for leaking information to the media, after reports suggested that Aduana players had to feed on Gari while in Algeria
Also, Derrick Sasraku who slapped teammate Elvis Opoku last month, prior to their game against E.S Setif in Algeria, is currently out of the team after picking an injury but has revealed to his friends that the club cannot suspend him although, investigations in to what led to that unprovoked attack revealed that he was at fault.
He is, however, expected in Dormaa Ahenkro this week but may likely not travel with the team to Madagascar on April 16.
Dormaahene is expected to meet the entire team in the coming days to resolve all pending issues.
By: Evans Gyamera-Antwi/ AshesGyamera.com