The physical educationist is unhappy the Dansoman-based club portrayed him as unfit for the job when they have mutually agreed on exit termsVeteran coach J.E Sarpong has taken a swipe at officials of Liberty Professionals about the way his exit from the club was managed in the Ghanaian media.
According to the trained physical educationist, he left the club after the chairman told him they lacked adequate funds to keep him on their wage bill.
He claims the perception created as though he was sacked because of poor performances has really hurt him, especially after leading the team to finish 8th in the 2011-2012 season.
“I felt very bad because the chairman said we are parting ways because of lack of funds and I even told him to issue a press statement to that effect to set the records straight only for me to see on websites that I have been sacked,” Sarpong said.
“How can they tarnish my hard earned reputation when I have done nothing wrong and besides is that how to handle the case when I did my job creditably,” an unhappy coach Sarpong said in an interview with Accra-based Radio XYZ.
He said Ghana’s football legend Jones Attuquayefio has played a huge role in calming him down.