Outspoken football administrator, Takyi Arhin has revealed that he parted ways with Techiman Eleven Wonders last year because he was being treated like national service personnel.
The veteran football administrator joined the Techiman-based club as their General Manager in 2017. In March 2019, a statement from the club announced that he has been asked to step aside.
“The management of Techiman Eleven Wonders Football Club is announcing that the General Manager of the club Mr. Takyi Arhin has been directed by the Board of Directors to step aside.
“The unilateral decision was taken by the Board of Directors on 7 March 2019 in consultation with the club president”, the statement said.
Speaking to Nimde3 FM today, Takyi Arhin has told his side of the story as he indicates that he left Techiman Eleven Wonders because of salary issues.
“I was receiving GHS50 as a general manager of Techiman Eleven Wonders. Salaries issues were the main reason I left eleven wonders, they were given me GhS50 as the general manager after home matches. They were treating me like national service personnel”, he said.
Though Takyi Arhin is currently now unattached to any club, the former member of the Division One League Board is serving on the Black Stars B Management Committee.