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AUDIO: Justice Blay’s Father Unhappy With Maxwell Konadu’s Decision To End Kelvin Andoh’s Stay At The Club

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A group of inhabitants of Inchaban, a suburb of Takoradi in the Western Region, led by Mr. John Blay, are unhappy with the decision of Head coach of Asante Kotoko, Maxwell Konadu following the club’s decision to part ways with Kelvin Andoh and keep Williams Opoku Mensah.

“We are very disappointed in coach Maxwell Konadu. How could you drop a top-quality player like Kelvin Andoh from your team and retain William Opoku?” John Blay quizzes.

“In fact, we feel very sad. Now we the people of Inchaban District [a suburb in Takoradi} will not support Kotoko again when they come to the Western Region” He told OTEC FM.

“I’m very disappointed because I personally drove both Kelvin Andoh and Justice Blay to Kumasi when they were coming to Kotoko” He concluded.

Attached is the audio of Mr. John Blay father of Justice Blay who ended his loan spell with Kotoko:

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