Massive Shake-up Hits Medeama As They Prepare For African Challenge
Posted On Saturday, 17th August 2013
Ghana’s representatives in next year’s Confederation Cup, Medeama, have embarked on a massive shake-up that has seen the sacking and the return of several officials in a strong seven-member management team to run the affairs of the club.
Executive vice-president Albert Commey will leads the strong team as they MTN FA Cup winners attempt to capture glory both internationally and locally.
Other members of the team James Essilfie (Chief Executive), Alfred Owusu (Deputy Chief Executive), Richard Adjei Adjetey (Financial manager), Benjamin Kessie (Administrative manager), Edmund Ackah (Accra representative) and Joseph Abban-Mensah.
Stephen Pennah, the club’s spokesman who expressed his desire to leave the club over disagreements with some management members leave the fold.
His position has been taken over by Commey who leads the communication team that includes Ebenezer Aidoo who returns to the position after being reassigned last year.
In a statement signed by president Moses Armah, the club has also made the following official appointment as well.
Hans Vander Pluijm – Head coach
Evans Adotey – Assistant 1
Nassam Yakubu – Goalkeepers trainer 1
Ben Owu – Goalkeepers trainer 2
Daniel Nii Adoquaye – Welfare manager
Desmond Amoah – Logistics
Eric Ofori – Physiotherapist
Samuel Archer – Ball boy
Nathaniel Tsibuah – Operations manager 1
John Cudjoe – Operations manager 2.
Albert Commey – Head
Benjamin Kessie – member
James Essilfie – member
Ebenezer Aidoo – member
Special Advisory body to management
John Justice Abban