Public Relations Officer of Aduana Stars, Evans Oppong has deflated reports that the club is on course to appoint David Duncun as head coach of the team.
The Dormaa based club parted ways with Japanese coach Kenichi Yatsuhashi a month ago and have since not found a replacement for him.
Mr Oppong, speaking in an interview with Ghanacrusader radio, said the club has not made any of such considerations yet. He confirmed that several coaches have showed interest in the job but the club is yet to receive an application from David Duncan.
“31 coaches across the world have applied for the job with 16 Ghanaian coaches and 15 foreign coaches“.
The spokesperson for the Dormaa based side has asked the public to treat the news as a mere speculation and that the club has not made any official approach yet for the services of the Former Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko coach.
“David Duncan to Aduana Stars is just a mere speculation. People are just being smart because of the criteria we have put on the table to appoint a new coach”.
“Duncan is a very good coach but has not applied for the Aduana Stars job”. He added.
The former Ghana U17 and U23 coach has been out coaching since leaving Asante Kotoko in April 2016 when he was asked to stay away from the club.
Aduana are in search of a new coach after parting ways with Japanese trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi.
This comes on the back of earlier reports that, the owner of the club Nana Agyemang Badu II believes Duncan is a disciplinarian and can instill some level discipline in the playing body since that has been a challenge for the club in recent times.