Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko CEO, Jarvis Peprah has disclosed that the club’s current CEO, Nana Yaw, and his management are operating the club where the views of others are not factored in decision-making.
Jarvis Peprah is concerned that the current administrators seem not to find their views on the management for the betterment of Kotoko.
The ex-CEO claims the management’s refusal to listen to advice is leading Kotoko in the wrong direction.
“Although we couldn’t win the African championship in my time but we should not forget that it was the only time we reached the money zone. Unfortunately, we finished third in our group but it’s been tough for us after that. Things are not going the way we want. From my time till now, what is needed is winning the cup but we are not able to win the African trophy since 1983.
“We’ve worked with different management but still it is not going on well.
“Unfortunately, for me, this management wants to be like they don’t want to listen to advice. Advice is different from interference because that is why in every institution there are one or two advisors. I feel like the current chairman thinks they are doing the work so they don’t need anyone about how to do it. He told Ghanasportspage.com.
In addition, he said; “I don’t know their backgrounds now. Whether they are Kotoko or not… Some of them might be there as workers or as the club’s supporters. Decisions should be made with histories like how we won the first African trophy from Congo in 1970 and how it was presented by Osam Duodu to BK Adusei in Ghana.
“They might not even feel the pain when the team loses a game but will stand in public with statics and complain unlike us. I believe that is what is happening,” Jarvis concluded.