A video has surfaced online showing Maxwell Konadu, the head coach of Nsoatreman FC has been hospitalized following an assault on him by fans.
The incident occurred after Nsoatreman’s goalless draw with Bofoakwa Tano in the Ghana Premier League last Sunday at the Sunyani Coronation Park.
This happened after Nsoatreman’s goalless draw with Bofoakwa Tano in the Ghana Premier League on last Sunday at the Sunyani coronation park.
The draw positioned Nsoatreman in the second spot on the Ghana Premier League’s Week 11 table, provoking Bofoakwa’s supporters to engage in unruly behavior.
The footage circulating on the internet shows Konadu being stretchered to the hospital bed for treatment after the incident.
He was seen in an unstable condition receiving drip while lying on the hospital bed.
In a distressing turn of events, Konadu, a former assistant coach of the Black Stars, wasn’t the sole target of the fans’ aggression in Sunyani.
Referee Robert Musey and his assistants also reportedly fell victim to the physical attacks from Bofoakwa Tano supporters.
In reacting to the incident, the Nsoatreman football club issued a statement address the assault on their coach and other players.
According to them the fallout between the teams occurred “for picking up a point in a draw game against the home team Bofoakwa Tano.”
“Nsotreman head coach Maxwell Konadu was hospitalized at Sunyani Govt Hospital after drawing 0-0 with Bofoakwa Tano at Sunyani Coronation park. So when will this HOLIGANS stop misbehaving at our various Stadia and the security officers (POLICE) are also not dealing with them” — the club said in the statement.