Medeama deny making an approach for former Kotoko coach David Duncan

Published on: 14 November 2017
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Medeama have denied making an approach for former Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak coach David Duncan.

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The Mauve and Yellows have moved quickly to dismiss stories emerging this week that they have made an approach for the 53-year-old, who is without a job since leaving Kotoko.

GHANAsoccernet.com revealed on Monday that the Tarkwa-based side are holding talks with the former Ashantigold gaffer over the vacant position at the club.

But the spokesman Patrick Akoto claims the reports are wide off the mark.

"We have not held any official discussion with coach David Duncan. We are also hearing the news in the media," Akoto told Accra-based Oman FM

"I can't say if any official of the club has spoken to him. That will not be the official position of the club.

"We are in the market looking for a new coach and so naturally these reports will always come up.

"Admittedly we have received several applications from many coaches and they are all under consideration."

Medeama are hunting for a new coach after parting with Augustine Evans Adotey at the end of the season.

Duncan has been on a sabbatical since leaving Asante Kotoko under acrimonious circumstances last year.

By Reuben Obodai 

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