After retaining his job as coach of the Ghana Under-17 women’s side, Evans Adotey says he is leaving the Medeama SC job to concentrate on the national team.
Adotey has long served the Mauve and Yellows as technical director and has stepped in to double as head coach on numerous occasions.
One of such periods is the just ended 2016/17 season where the club failed to appoint a replacement after Prince Owusu mutually terminated his contract with the side in September 2016.
“I’ve said I’m not coaching the team [Medeama] again. That’s what I’ve informed them. If there’s any other role to play aside that, I’m all for it,” coach Adotey confirmed.
Explaining his decision further, he said: “I can’t combine the two – national team [Black Maidens] and club side.
“Already, I’m a technical director there and had to step in because there was no head coach. If they want to retain me, cool but they have to get a coach.”
Evans Adotey has already began duty with the Ghana Under-17 women’s team. The Black Maidens opened camp today with 42 players for preparations towards qualifying for next year’s World Cup in Uruguay. They face The Gambia in the African qualifiers in December.