Former Asante Kotoko defender Empem Dacosta says he left the club because he was ‘just a victim of injustice’ and not because of poor performance.
The 23-year-old centre-back was released by Kotoko after failing to command a regular spot since he joined them from Karela United.
Dacosta, a former Medeama star boy joined the Porcupine Warriors in a high-profile move but failed to establish himself during his debut season.
”I’m not perturbed by Kotoko’s decision to terminate my contract because there are many who sought for this opportunity I had, I will focus on what is ahead of me. I have always loved the club and I never disappointed anytime I was called to duty. I will never give up, this is my profession and I believe there are many opportunities elsewhere,” he told KUMASI FM 104.1MHZ.
”I want to emphasize that, my contract was not terminated on performance basis, the records are there to prove it but I believe it is the will of God, someday the truth will be revealed.
”I thank all the fans for the support they gave me” he concluded.
He joined the Porcupine Warriors on a three-year deal last year but managed just three appearances for the Ghanaian giants last term.