Accra Hearts of Oak head coach Samuel Boadu has hinted he being dragged by Medeama Sporting Club President Moses Parker for his role in leading Hearts to beat the Tarkwa-based club.
Boadu, who was previously in charge of the Yellow and Mauve club left them for the Accra-based club side in March and he was on the touchline for the Rainbow club over the weekend in their 2-0 win over Meedeama.
After dragging him to the Ghana Football Association’s Status Committee, the Premier League side won their case against their former gaffer for ‘unilateral termination of his contract’ but the management of the club have decided to appeal the decision.
“I don’t even know what a club I have worked with for three years want from me. Maybe Moses Parker and the management of Medeama SC are doing all these because we [Hearts of Oak] defeated them on Sunday,” Boadu said in an interview.
“I went to Moses Parker to submit my resignation letter to him and he even wished me. It’s an unfair treatment from Medeama and ready to even battle with them legally at Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS).”
According Medeama’s management, the Status Committee were wronged after their decision to punish the coach despite having in its ruling that Boadu terminated his contract with the club without a just cause.