Inter Allies deny media publications that the club have threatened to part ways with striker Sulley Mohammed over his performance.
Stories emerged after our sweet victory over Hearts on Sunday that the Technical Director of the club William Klutse had granted interview that the club would terminate Sulley’s contract if he doesn’t improve on his performance.
Some publications quoted Klutse as: ” We (Inter Allies) will have a meeting and a serious talk with him (Sulley) and if he doesn’t take the advise we will have to let him go.”
Others also quoted Klutse: “You (Sulley) come into a club and decide to raise your shoulders? we will not allow that.”
However, the Technical Director has deny ever making threatening comments over his striker and would never do so.
“It’s not true with what’s it’s out there, I never said we would part company with Sulley Mohammed, the media should get that right,” Klutse told www.interalliesfc.com
“I think I have been misquoted and need to explain things through this platform, I said the form in which Sulley was when we went for him has diminished and we would need to talk to him to get him back to his fantastic form once again.
“There’s nothing more to what I said in an interview I did with a certain radio station and honestly I don’t know where this is coming from.
“Inter Allies want to make it clear to the general public that, these publications are false. We have a contract with Sulley Mohammed and have no plans of terminating it.”