Karela United’s decision to turn down a request by Nzema Kotoko to use their CAM Park for the upcoming National Division One League would certainly be a miracle.
Usually, such letters are written with subtlety, interlaced with a touch of professional camaraderie.
But Karela United CEO Elloeny Amande, decided, he would pull no punches in his response to Nzema Kotoko.
The letter, before proceeding to decline Kotoko’s request, details the latter’s bad faith in dealing with Karela regarding the transfer of a striker, Agyenim Boateng, whom, Kotoko later sold to Dreams FC.
The letter is both petty and hilarious, as social media critics have described as a typical “you do me, I do you” kind of letter.
Full Statement below:
Some of the twitter comment reads below.
I love the pettiness with which this letter was written. Karela United's response to rivals Nzema Kotoko's request to co-share their home grounds in the upcoming Division One League. Next time 😝😝😝😝😝 pic.twitter.com/JYz8VHYOgs
— Fentuo Tahiru Fentuo (@Fentuo_) January 11, 2021