IS GARGO STRANDED? Ex-Ghana international Mohammed Gargo has been sacked as assistant coach of AshantiGold Football Club after a recent board room shake-up.
The 33-year-old was told he is surplus to requirements at the club alongside three other assistant coaches.
The former Udinese captain joined the Obuasi-based side two seasons ago and at point took charge of the club when Duncan resigned in May last year.
Gargo believes he has been toughened by the AshGold experience and is now matured to take more difficult tasks.
"I have no regrets at all it help me to know how to deal with talents at that level and already people are talking about my work there so i'm cool,'' Gargo told Ghanasoccernet.
" If I hadn't gone into coaching maybe CK Akunnor and Odartey Lamptey wouldn't have taken the decision to coach-maybe they had the interest but I think my decision influenced them."
"Some teams have began talking to to me but I think I like to begin in the lower decisions where it's easy to coach the boys and bring them up."
The club's board discontinued talks with British-Virgin Islands consortium Fortia and named a five-man interim management team.
The IMT recalled Kudjoe Fianoo as Chief Executive and David Duncah as head coach.
AshantiGold remained rooted to the foot of the table after last Sunday's 1-2 home defeat to Liberty Professionals.
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