GARGO AWAITS HERBIE'S DECISION Former Ghana international Mohammed Gargo says he is unsure whether he will be retained in the AshantiGold techical set-up after its take-over after a British Virgin Islands consortium, Fortia.
The consortium led by former Asante Kotoko chairman Herbert Mensah has talked of massive changes in the club to resurrect its dwindled fortunes.
Reports are rife in the mining town that German trainer Peter Vollman will arrive on Wednesday to resume duty as head coach.
The 33-year-old Olympic bronze medalist joined the Obuasi-based side last season and took charge in May after David Duncan's departure to South Africa.
Gargo has since been training with the club and hopes he can stay on
"There is a possibility that I might stay or go.We've still not met yet and we are still waiting for Herbert Mensah and his team to come from Accra to share the positions," Gargo told Ghanasoccernet.
"I would prefer to stay because there's a lot to done with the revival of the academy and stuff like that."
AshGold's new owners want to break Hearts and Kotoko's duopoly on the local scene with some mouth-watering signings.
The mining club were losing finalists in the 1997 Caf Champions League against Raja Casablanca.
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