Samuel Paa Kwesi has revealed why he stepped down as the head coach of Asante Kotoko.
The former Inter Allies trainer tendered in his resignation letter on Thursday afternoon after seven months in the dug-out of the club.
It is believed that Fabin reigned as the head coach of the Porcupine Warriors over a leaked video, where he was seen discussing a possible move to an unnamed club president in South Africa.
The 50-year-old gaffer was heard saying that he will fly to South Africa if the club is able to wire some amount of money to his account to settle his family before joining the club.
“I resigned because Kotoko had planned to sack me by Monday (September 16, 2018) and I didn’t want a “sack” on my CV,” he told FOX FM.
He quizzed if he would rescind his decision to stay on as the head coach of the club, he answered, “Yes, if the terms are good”!
In the related development, Dr Kwame Kyei expressed his disappointment with coach Fabin’s decision after assuring him of an improved contract.
“I had good relationship with coach Fabin, I asked him to be patient so we talk about his contract, and there was nothing wrong so I feel a bit disappointed he couldn’t exercise patience.”