Baba Rahman future at Chelsea not in danger - Kurt Okraku

Kurt Okraku, the CEO of Dreams the club that nurtured Baba Rahman has stated the Ghana international will not have problems adapting to the philosophy of new manager at the club after Jose Mourinho, the coach who signed him was sacked on Thursday.

Chelsea FC parted company with Jose Mourinho by 'mutual consent' for dismal performance in their title defence.The Blues have lost 9 of their 16 premier league matches and are languishing at 16th position on the premier league log.

Baba Rahman signed for the defending premier league champions in the summer, and with the manager who gave the green light for him to join the club sacked, there's the fear that Baba Rahman will find it difficult at the club.

But the CEO of Dreams Football Club, Kurt Okraku is optimistic the 21-year-old will not have any problems finding his feet under a new manager.

"That's football, all the players will be affected in one way or the other and Baba Rahman will be not be an exception.


"But I know Baba Rahman will be fine... players will need to get themselves together because you don't  know which manager will turn up at the training ground tomorrow morning," Kurt Okraku told Joy FM.

Media reports has it that Guus Hiddink, who worked on interim basis in the 2008/2009 season will return to steer the technical affairs of the club until the end of the season.


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