Under-fire Asante Kotoko gaffer, Charles Kwablan Akonnor, has responded to what he describes as ‘agenda setters’, claiming he is unperturbed about their plan to expel him from his position as the head coach for the Porcupines.
The former captain for the men’s senior national football team of Ghana, the Black Stars, has come under intense pressure following Kotoko’s failure to advance to the quarter-finals of the 2018/19 CAF Confederation Cup.
The Porcupines were unable to secure a first quarterfinal berth since 2005 after a defeat to Zesco United of Zambia at the Levy Mwanawasa Stadium, Sunday.
Responding to rumours spreading on the local media landscape relating to his imminent sack, Akonnor tells ekowasmahsports.com:
“Humanly, nobody would like to hear such news but I am not disturbed. You will not get everyone to like you.
“People can continue with the agenda-setting but I am focused and I will do what I have to do. Let’s not forget I won’t be here forever, I will surely leave one day,” concluded the Kotoko head coach.
The former Wolfsburg captain has spent five months in his three-year contract he signed with the Ghanaian giants, last October.