I’m quitting Olympics because of Oluboi Commodore; he wanted Coach Yaw Preko to bench me – Agyemang Badu


Former Black Stars regular, Emmanuel Agyemang Badu has disclosed that he is leaving Accra Great Olympics.

The veteran midfielder signed for the Ghanaian top-flight league club last year to bolster the squad of the team for the 2022/23 football season.

Although we are just halfway through the ongoing season, the former Udinese midfielder has confirmed that he is leaving Great Olympics.

Speaking to Asempa FM in an interview, Agyemang Badu says he has decided to quit the club because of Chief Executive Officer Oluboi Commodore.

According to him, the club CEO has orchestrated the sacking of coach Yaw Preko because he continued to start him in games even when he was pressured to drop the ex-Black Stars man to the bench.

“Oluboi Commodore, the CEO, is the one behind my reason to quit the club. The decision by the coach to keep me playing cost him his job and this has been confirmed by four members of the technical team,” Agyemang Badu indicated.

Since joining Great Olympics six months ago, the experienced midfielder has been one of the team’s best players.

He is leaving the club after winning two Man of the Match awards from 11 appearances in the Ghana Premier League.