Coach Augustine Evans Adotey and Medeama SC have officially parted company.
The experienced trainer recently gave indications of relinquishing the head coach position he held during the just ended 2016/17 Ghana Premier League where the Mauve and Yellows finished 7th on the log.
Adotey said he preferred to leave the role in order to concentrate on managing the Ghana U-17 women’s team, the Black Maidens who begin their series of qualifiers to the 2018 Fifa World Cup against The Gambia in December.
On Wednesday, the club confirmed accepting his wish by ending their four-year relationship.
We would like to announce the departure of coach Augustine Evans Adotey after a four-year stint in Tarkwa. We wish him well in his future endeavour. pic.twitter.com/fR60cOhj0D
— Medeama SC (@MedeamaSC) November 8, 2017
Coach Evans Adotey also doubled as Medeama’s technical director during his stay with the Tarkwa-based club.