Sports News of Thursday, 2 March 2017
Former Medeama Coach Tom Strand has apologised for his ill-mannered behaviour towards the Club.
The Swede left the Club unannounced in the middle of a herculean task in Africa.
Strand went AWOL after Medeama’s CAF Confederations Cup game against Mamelodi Sundowns last year.
The Coach who at the time had a running contract with the Takwa-based side left without permission leaving the Club in a difficult state which nearly saw them exit the CAF Confederations Cup.
“I want to thank all my fans and people in Tarkwa for a wonderful run. I wish you carry the team for more success. Once again am sorry have I left the club. Time now to move on. Medeama never give up,” he posted on his facebook page.
Reports indicate the Coach is seeking a return to the Club as head Coach of the Mauves and Yellows.
He led Medeama to win the MTN FA Cup and Super Cup title beating Kotoko and Ashanti Gold respectively.