Nana Yaw Amponsah has admitted he has no regrets over his decision to take over the Chief Executive Officer position at Kumasi Asante Kotoko despite heavy criticisms from some sessions of the club’s fans as well as other people.
Amponsah was unveiled as the club’s CEO back in August 2020 at a ceremony at the Sports Hotel in Kumasi, having dissolved the George Amoako-led administration three months earlier.
Having failed to leave a mark during the 2019 GFA presidential elections, Nana Yaw Ampomsah was given the role to lead the charge at the Kumasi-based club.
And close to a year after assuming the position, Amponsah says he has no regrets taking up the role even after receiving heavy criticism.
“I have no regrets taking this job [CEO of Kotoko] and I will never regret it,” he told Accra-based Happy FM in an interview earlier on Friday.
“Everyone has a part to play in the club to make things successful, likewise I also have a role to play. I am lucky to be chosen by the Board of Directors to spearhead all activities that take place within the club and ensure every good thing comes to the club.
“Therefore, I have no regrets at all leading the charge at Kotoko.”
The club are set for a second-place finish in his maiden year in charge after losing the top position to Accra Hearts of Oak.