Head coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Charles Kwablan Akunnor believes nobody can change his destiny as he focuses on his coaching career despite a section of the media seeking his downfall at the club.
The 45-year-old gaffer says nobody can manipulate his stay as Kotoko coach only God can dictate where he belongs following reports of his sack as the Reds coach.
The Porcupine Warriors failed to qualify to the quarterfinals of the 2019 Caf Confederation Cup after losing 2-1 to Zesco United of Zambia in their final Group C match.
The former AshantiGold trainer is in his first stint at the club, guiding them to the Group stage of the Confederation Cup despite no football activities in the country.
"Humanly, nobody will like to hear such news but am not disturbed, its not a problem. This world you will not get everyone to like you, others won't", he told Oyerapa FM in connection to a reported sack.
"People can continue with the agenda setting but am focused, I will do what I have to do, lets not forget I won't be here forever.I will surely leave at a point in time".
"There is a management and if they are not happy with me, they will tell me its, not a problem". For the noise out there, I am not perturbed. Its a privilege to work with Kotoko. I am blessed to be part of this family".
Charles Akunnor added, "I will not be here forever. I do my work passionately with everything within me, inside out, very honest and I believe and have faith in whatever I do". It's divine I should be coach of Kotoko now. No one can change that, its part of my destiny".
The former Black Stars player expressed his feelings over agenda seekers aiming for his sack by the management.
"It sometimes pains me how people go about telling lies on radio and TV sake of agenda but I can't change it. When the time is up, I will bow out peaceful, if I have to stay on I will", he revealed.
"But no tongue can change me, only the tongue of God. I won't be here forever".