Ace football administrator and sports commentator Abbey Pobey has described Black Stars head coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor as a bad-luck and has cited an article that alleged that he attempted to bed Maxwell Konadu’s wife.
In an audio aired on Accra-based Peace FM, Pobey suggests Akonnor is a zippergate whose bad luck could affect the Black Stars’ success due to his past attempt to sleep with Maxwell Konadu’s wife.
Pobey cited an article published by Dreams FC Administrative Manager Ameenu Shardow on Ghanasoccernet.com in March 2014.
“Ameenu Shardow published a story that said that Maxwell Konadu’s wife once said C K Akonnor wanted to sleep with her. Don’t we think the bad luck of this could follow the Black Stars?” he said on Peace FM.
In an audio aired by Accra-based Happy FM in 2014, Maxwell Konadu’s wife – Linda Konadu, claimed her husband does not see eye-to-eye with his ex international colleague due to his failed attempt to have her in his bed even at the time she was married.
This revelation has caused Pobey to make public comments claiming Akonnor will affect the Black Stars with his bad luck due to his attempt to sleep with Maxwell Konadu’s wife.
In January 2020, the Ghana Football Association named Akonnor as the new head coach of the Black Stars – replacing his former boss Kwasi Appiah whose contract was not extended upon expiration.
Last month ex-football Nii Odartey Lamptey also stated on Kumasi-based Angel FM that his relationship with the former Wolfsburg and Ghana captain has broken down and he has not been on good terms with him for well over eight years. Lamptey cried during the interview and stated he is happily married with his new family and wife sparking public controversy and links to his ex-wife.
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