Former Black Maidens head coach, Augustine Evans Adotey has revealed that he is yet to sign a contract with Kerala United even though he has already agreed to join the side.
Right before the Coronavirus (Covid-19) crisis forced the suspension of the Ghana Premier League season, the gaffer reached an agreement with the Anyinase-based club to become their next coach.
He was being brought in to save the struggling team from suffering relegation from the top-flight league at the end of the season. Due to the deadly disease, he has not been able to officially start work.
Opening up on his agreement with Karela United in an interview with West FM, Coach Evans Adotey has disclosed that he has not officially joined the club because he is yet to sign a contract.
“I have not signed any official contract with Karela Utd but I'm still trying to finalize everything in the coming days so I can start work when football returns. Coaching is my job and I'm ready to work with Karela so far as they've approached me, the coach said.
Coach Adotey added, “Mallam Yahaya is good and I'm ready to work with him when everything comes through. We only need unity so we can understand each other"
“Johnson Smith did very well for the team and I'm ready to continue from there if supporters, media, and management gives me the necessary support”.
The former Medeama SC coach has expressed confidence in the current players of Karela United and says they will perform better in the Ghana Premier League next season.