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Enoch Kwakwa reveals he quit Jönköpings because he felt undermined by the coach Featured

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Enoch Kwakwa walked out on Swedish club Jönköpings Södra because the club and its coach, Patric Jildefalk, undermined him, according to an interview he had with Jnytt.

Kwakwa made it clear that he intends to continue his football career elsewhere and offers his reasons for departing.

 

He poured out his heart, describing the dishonesty in which the 35-year-old Swedish gaffer is fond-of and not backed by the hierarchy and are subjected to distrust and strategic plot to pin you on the bench that destroys your form as a professional player.

 

"You saw what happened during the season. Patric has not been so respectful and I decided to move on in my career and do something else," Kwakwa told Jnytt.

 

"He was not honest. He promised to give me playing time but did not give it to me. So is football sometimes. But I am not a dramatic person and always show respect. I'm glad we managed to stay without playing qualifiers," he added.

 

Meanwhile, Patric Jildefalk has denied the allegations leveled against him by the Ghanaian.

 

"It would be very stupid of me to promise any playing time. Especially when it comes to a player who was injured and had an operation,” he said.

 

“Those who did not take the chance to assert themselves in training and matches, they did not get as many chances later on," Jildefalk furiously concluded.

 

The former Manchester City teenager’s contract ended in November, but failed to reach an agreement with the J-Södra.

 

Kwakwa made seven appearances in the just ended Swedish Superettan league.

 

By: Pascal Nii Gogo Amoah

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