Jesse Jantuah, the representative of Burkinabe striker Songnè Yacouba says the former Kotoko talisman, does not stay at a club after two years.
The 28-year-old who is currently a free agent has left the camp of the Porcupine Warriors following the expiration of his contract.
However, his proposed move to Medeama SC failed to materialise to the high demand of the player.
According to Mr Jantuah, it is very difficult dealing with French players as final decisions made with them are hugely influenced by a number of people who matter based on the player’s choice.
“With the French players, you can’t take decisions alone as a manager. When you are taking a decision, the player is involved, the father is involved and also maybe the wife. At times some of the friends,” Jantuah mentioned while speaking on Kumasi-based Nhyira FM in an interview.
Commenting further, Jantua added that the former Stade Malien attacker’s refusal to sign contract with any other club or a renewal to his expired contract with Asante Kotoko owes to his own guiding principle.
“You know I am a Kotoko supporter and I will love for Yacouba to play but he has told me that it is his policy that he doesn’t play for a club more than two years and at times you don’t stay in one country for more than two years, so he wants to move on,” he disclosed.
Songnè Yacouba joined Asante Kotoko as a free agent in January 2018 for two years.