After failure to authenticate the license of Kasim Gökylidiz, the Ghana Football Association(GFA) has revoked the provisional license handed the Ashantigold trainer.
This was stated in a letter dated 10th February 2020 to the Obuasi based club.
Part of the letter reads “the Ghana Football Association (GFA) per it’s checks with both the German Football Federation and the Turkish Football Federation is unable to validate the authenticity of Mr. Gökylidiz’s license”
“In the foregoing, the provisional license issued to Mr. Gökylidiz is hereby revoked.
” Consequently, the GFA would delete his name from the Competition Management System and you are by this letter requested to cease using Kasim Gökylidiz as your head coach, failing which the necessary sanction(s) shall apply. This directive is with immediate effect”.
The last development means Ashantigold Sporting Club will be on the search for a new coach after having already parted ways with Brazilian trainer, Ricardo da Rocha earlier this year.