The Swedish manager has played only three games this season for the Yellow and Mauve but insists he will seek a move away if his works are interfered
Medeama SC coach Tom Strand has revealed his readiness to quit the club in the future if his work is undermined by members of the technical team and top hierarchy.
The 33-year-old was caught in a controversy with technical director Evans Adotey during Asante Kotoko clash, forcing the Swedish manager to abandon his role on the bench after first half.
Strand was reported to have signalled the fourth official to substitute midfielder Kwame Boahen but Adotey prevented it, insisting the substitution wasn’t what the club needed at that time.
“What happened the other day [against Kotoko], I hope it’d not happen again. I don’t think any club would like to work that way,” Strand was quoted as saying by Ocsportsnews.
“We will try and look forward instead and see what we can do.
“It’s either I move back to Sweden or move to another club that will bring a juicy offer. It will be a nice challenge so I will see what I can do with it,” he added.
Medeama will leave Ghana on Thursday to play Al Ittihad Tripoli in Libya in the first leg of the Caf Confederation Cup first round tie on Sunday.