Musa Baaba Hamadu, the top scorer for Skyy FC in the Access Bank Division One League claims that Coach Johnson Smith, who took over from Coach Malik when he left Skyy FC, promised him at the beginning of the season that he would help him achieve his goal, and he will also assist him win the Golden Boot.
The Skyy FC striker scored 20 goals in 29 games, 4 goals in the FA Cup, and 7 MVPs for Skyy FC.
The club’s leading scorer admitted in an interview with Kwabena Aboagye on Skyy Sports that Coach Johnson Smith encouraged him to stay so that they could write club history together following the conclusion of the previous season.
“After playing in Division One the previous season, it was my goal to play in the Premier League. Several clubs approached me with the idea that I should join them, but the hiring of Coach Johnson Smith altered everything.”
“The first thing he said to me when he was hired was that he had learned from management that I wanted to go but that I should stay and support him in reaching his objective. He also promised to assist me win the division one golden boot. And undoubtedly, this has happened.”
Source: Aboagye Gaucho