Ghana Premier league side Medeama SC has mutually parted ways with head coach Prince Owusu.
Prince Owusu was appointed after the exit of Swedish coach Tom Strand in May. He spent less than four months in a second stint with the Tarkwa-based side.
Technical Director of the club, Coach Augustine Evans Adotey is expected to be in charge till the end of the season.
The club on Tuesday released a statement to confirm his departure:
“Medeama Sporting Club and Coach Prince Yaw Owusu have parted ways by mutual consent.
The club would like to thank Owusu for his immense contribution since he returned to Tarkwa.
Both management and the coach believe it is in the best interest of both parties to go our separate ways.
The club wishes to make clear Coach Prince Owusu leaves us on good terms and will always remain respected and significant figure at Medeama.
Technical Director Augustine Evans Adotey takes charge of the team and will be assisted by Ben Owu until the end of the season.
The club will take a definite decision on the technical direction at the end of the current campaign”.