July 24, 2024

The Chief Executive Officer of Bofoakwa Tano, Alexander Ababio, has revealed that he may continue in his role as CEO for the club in the upcoming football  season, despite rumors suggesting otherwise.

In an interview on Classic FM monitored by Elvisanokyenews.com, Mr. Ababio, explained that he has presented a proposal to the team’s Board, which if accepted, would see him remain at the helm of the organization. The proposal details a plan for the team’s growth and success in the upcoming season.

“The Board had a meeting after the finals of the MTN FA Cup, I want to send a proposal to the board, if they accept it then I will continue as the CEO of the team but if they don’t accept the proposal then I won’t continue.” He said

After 16 years of waiting, the people of Sunyani finally witnessed Premier League football again as Bofoakwa Tano secured a spot in the Ghana Premier League after their relegation to the First Division in 2007.

However, their return was short-lived, as they immediately dropped back to the lower division, finishing 17th on the league table with 33 points.

The team won 6 out of their 34 league games, drew 15 and lost 13. They scored 21 goals while conceding 36 goals

Ababio’s decision to continue as CEO comes as a surprise to many, given the rumors circulating in recent weeks. However, his proposal to the team’s Board suggests that he is committed to leading Bofoakwa Tano to success and believes that his continued leadership is essential to achieving this goal.

He further explained that the team has received a lot of bids for 14 of their players, a development he believes is a testament to the quality of the team.

“As we speak, a lot of teams are sending bids for our players and we have 14 players that some teams are seriously after, so if our players are not good, then the teams won’t be after them. There are a lot of qualities in the team, most of the players that the teams are after are all players that were with the team from Division 1. So if not for some external forces the team shouldn’t have suffered relegation.” He told Gideon Bekoe of Classic FM’s Power Sports.

Source: Elvisanokyenews.com