Aduana Stars chief executive officer Albert Yahaya Commey has hit out at striker Derrick Sasraku following a training ground bust-up with assistant coach Tandoh ahead of the Caf Confederation Cup game against AS Vita Club last week.
The 26-year-old was reported to have threatened to slap the coach after he was reprimanded for failing to follow orders and was subsequently suspended by head coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
“There is every limit which one can contain you. Sasraku is undisciplined and we've spoken to him several times but he seems not ready to change,” Commey said.
“I'm aware he is not happy with the decision the coach took but he deserves the punishment even if it was severe. He fought a former player [Stephen Adams] and I warned him personally."
He added: "He was also banned one year after he slapped a referee in the past and has now threatened the assistant coach. To be honest, if the club's top hierarchy were to be present at the training ground when the incident happened, the punishment would've been severe.
"We're even going to meet on his future at the club because we can't tolerate such things.”
According to Goal's sources, Sasraku's agent secured a European deal worth $40,000 which Aduana turned down.