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I was sacked as Black Queens coach because I resisted interference – Kuuku Dadzie

The experienced coach was sacked from the top position after the Black Queens failed.

Ghanaian tactician, James Kuuku Dadzie has opened up on why he was fired as Black Queens head coach.

The experienced coach was sacked from the top position after the Black Queens failed to secure a slot in the African Women’s Championship in Equatorial Guinea in 2012.

But speaking on Accra-based Happy FM, Kuuku Dadzie disclosed that he was sacked because the authorities at the Ghana football then had it difficult to interfere in his work as the Black Queens head coach.

He stated that his sacking was not based on the performance of the Black Queens.

“It wasn’t like during my tenure as Black Queens coach, the team wasn’t performing. The team was performing. But regardless, I was removed as head coach. This was because the people in authority could not easily influence me. I just did not entertain such interference and I was seen as a threat,” Kuuku Dadzie explained.

Before taking over the Black Queens job, James Kuuku Dadzie had previously served as the head coach of the Ghana women’s national under-20 football team from November 2009 to 2011.

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