Former Asante Kotoko and Black Stars legend, Rev. Osei Kofi has expressed his disappointment over the appointment of Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin as the head coach of his former outfit.
The former Hearts of Oak trainer was appointed last Monday as a replacement for Steve Pollack after failing to qualify for the club to next round of the CAF Confederations Cup.
After signing one year contract with the Porcupine Warriors, many football fandoms have expressed divergent opinions onMr Fabin's appointment, with some even predicting his doom at the helm of affairs in the coming campaign.
And Rev. Osei Kofi, who was a management member during Fabin's first stint with the club, has joined the naysayers in portending calamity for the burly coach due to his style of management.
"I don't see Paa Kwesi Fabin bringing anything new to Kotoko, he had been there before when I was a management member and what did he do? I'm surprised Kotoko appointed him again," Rev. Kofi stated on Oyerepa FM.
"He has always had issues with player selection especially allegations time without number with favouritism and money issues. I don't think he is the best for the job, there are a lot of question marks on him."
Fabin worked with the Porcupine Warriors between August 2009 and June 2012 before he was replaced by Maxwell Konadu and will begin his 2017/18 GPL campaign by playing WAFA at the Sogakope Park.