Ashanti Gold Chief Executive Officer Kudjoe Fianoo has declared his readiness to leave his post after series of calls from the supporters of the Club.
Fans of the Miners have been calling for the change in management following the team’s struggles in the Ghana Premier League.
Ashanti Gold have been unable to replicate their outstanding performance in the 2014/15 season when they won the Ghana Pemier League for the first time in 19 years.
The Obuasi-based Club having failed to defend the League title have been unable to gain their rhythm in the domestic top-flight this term.
Kudjoe Fianoo insists he could consider quitting his post at the Club due to the huge pressure from the fans.
“What happened to Chelsea [in England]? They are back on top of the league after a season or two, what is happening to Leicester?,” he told Starr FM.
“The English League is a clear example of what is happening to AshGold so it’s a matter of just remaining calm and making sure that where the problems are coming from we clear them and then we will be home and dry.
“When we are convinced that it is a managerial issue; if it’s management, I will back off,” Fianoo stated.
Supporters of the Club few days ago hinted they will shift their allegiance to regional rivals Asante Kotoko should the management of the Club fail to put things in order.
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