Medeama SC President Moses Parker has stated that Samuel Boadu hurt the club in the manner at which he left and has ruled out the possibility of him returning as head coach.
Boadu managed Medeama from 2018-2021 where he drilled the team into a solid one, earning the move to Hearts of Oak. His exit hurt management of Medeama.
“The club feels hurt by way the Sammy (Samuel Boadu) resigned. He resigned on a pitch and that has really hurt the club President and the team,” Patrick Akoto, communications director of the club relayed the information to Tarkwa-based Mining City Radio.
“We gave him a huge opportunity but the club feels he slapped us on the face in the most hurtful manner.
“It’s not easy for a club cast in the stature of Medeama to give a lower-tier coach such a monumental opportunity but we believed in him and gave him a shot.
“The club has no difficulty if he wants to quit and move on. However, its important for employees to always bear in mind the circumstances and how they exit any company. It will always be used as a future reference.
“He was given the much needed respect and support but we feel he has betrayed us in the most gut-wrenching manner. It’s a lesson well learnt by the club going forward.”
Moses Parker in an interview has decided to back interim coach Umar Rabbi and is not interested in hiring his former employer.
“It’s not possible. It may be possible but not now. Medeama and Samuel Boadu have not discussed anything about his coming back,” he told Asempa FM.
“Medeama do not need any coach now. We don’t need to make any changes again. We need to concentrate; we don’t want what happened to happen again.
“We have learned our lessons and we’ll focus on Rabi.”, he added.
Boadu won the Ghana Premier League and two FA Cup titles with Hearts of Oak.