Razak hints at RTU exit
Real Tamale United head coach Abdul Razak has hinted he might be forced to quit the club if the supporters continue their revolt against him.
Razak's relationship at the club has deteriorated and the fans are constantly criticizing his tactics and playing style.
RTU endured a difficult season last season and escaped the relegation trapdoor on the final day of the league.
On Monday, he led the Pride of the North to win 2-1 against Sekondi Hasaacas at the Tamale Sports Stadium but the fans are asking for more.
Razak believes the fans are not being realistic loathing him and the sooner they change their attitude, the better.
" When a whiteman gives you a job whether it's in football or something else, he wants you to improve or succeed but when a blackman gives you a job he wants lose so that he sacks you," Razak told Ghanasoccernet.com
" This is a new season we have just started and they are not showing the love for me. You show some hatred somewhere for me but you can't hate me.
" After all I didn't start my career here. I started somewhere as a footballer, as a coach so I will give my decision in some few days time.
The 1978 African Footballer of the year won the Premier League title with Asante Kotoko in 2003.