DUNCAN IS IN DEMAND AGAIN Former AshantiGold coach David Duncan has not ruled out a return to South Africa Premier Soccer League side Free State Stars after the resignation of the club's technical head on Tuesday.
Duncan resigned in August under acrimonious circumstances when he claimed that Owen Da Gama, who was then the club's technical director, had disturbed his training regime.
Da Gama tendered in his resignation as Free State Stars coach due to purported interference in his selection policies after only two months in charge.
"We are still talking and anything can happen and the latest development at the club has justified my decision," Duncan told Ghanasoccernet.com
"I'm not in a rush to take any decision now. All I can say is that we're still taking and anything can happen.
"At least my good work is working for me. When I resigned, there were some sponsors which wanted me to stay but I wanted to come back home."
Head coach of Stars feeder team in the National First Division, Carara Kicks, Themba Sithole has replaced Da Gama in what may be in an interim capacity.
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