Former Head Coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Steve Polack says he is not really against his sacking as the head coach of the Porcupine Warriors, but is very sad over the manner in which it was done.
Polack feels disrespected by Kotoko by how the club went about the whole process.
The former Berekum Chelsea and King Faisal coach was sacked by Kotoko after being knocked out of the CAF confederations cup, where they lost 7-6 on penalties to CARA Brazzaville after a 1-1 aggregate score over the two legs.
Without having any discussions with the Finish gaffer, he was handed his relieve letter by the club secretary hours after returning from Congo, and Polack feels disrespected about the process.
“Well am very sad the way it was done, because let’s say am the coach and you are my player and I don’t want you, I will tell you to your face and not through my secretary”, Polack told FOX FM.
” I think it’s very disrespectful to do that to me after all that I’ve been through, not only signing for the club but after being through the big (road) accident where I could have died, I feel no respect was given to me”, he bemoaned.
Polack has been replaced by former Black Satellites coach Samuel Paa Kwasi Fabin