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By Akyereko-Frimpong Manson

Paa Kwesi Fabin has been forced out of newly-promoted Wassaman FC and will now pursue his ambitions of coaching the national Under-17 team.

The former Hearts of Oak trainer joined the Tarkwa-based side on a "gentleman's agreement'' to help them secure Premier League.

He passed the test and aid their promotion but was never handed a contract.

The club appointed Herbert Addo and that meant there was no space for him on the bench.

Fabin believes his decision to apply for the Black Starlets job denied him a permanent contract.

"There was no existing contract between me and the club. I have expressed interest in coaching the national Under-17 team and I made them fully aware of that.  I wish them all the best," He told Accra-based Happy FM.

Fabin is one of the few experienced coaches around after handling Heart of Lions and Asante Kotoko.

He had a short stint with Berekum Arsenals.

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Readers Comment

  • Slay 8 years ago

    Are you kidding me. He didn't sign a contract. No wonder local coaches have lost their respect. He was desperate for the job so anything was ok for him. When will they learn?

  • Yahoo BB. Japan 8 years ago

    Oh papa slay say it again ooooh!

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