Veteran Ghanaian coach J.E Sarpong is anticipating a disaster for Asante Kotoko newly appointed coach, Samuel Paa Kwesi Fabin, in the coming campaign.
The former Black Starlets trainer put pen to paper on a one-year deal to join the Porcupine Warriors following the sacking of Steve Polack last Friday.
The 59-year-old tactician has been tasked to win the laurels as well as develop players from the side's youth set-up.
However, the loud-mouth J.E Sarpong believes the Fabin will fail woefully should they continue to stack up things at the club.
“Let’s see how he can propel the team to greater heights because some of the players owe allegiance to Pollack," he told Starr Sports.
“Forget about the fact that he has coached the under 17, he will divide the team because some also owe allegiance to Akapo Patron – the assistant coach.
“He [Patron] should have been given the job because when he was playing for Kotoko, where was Paa Kwesi Fabin.
“You see we are not doing anything right in this country from Zoomlion to Trotro drivers, nothing is going correct for anybody in this country,” Coach Sarpong said.
Fabin is re-joining the club after a 3-year stint between 2009 and 2012 with the Kumasi based club.