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Unhappy Asare Bediako quits Hearts coaching job

Joseph Asare Bediako has decided to walk away from his job as Hearts of Oak assistant coach.

The former Unity FC trainer, in his resignation letter to the club’s management which takes effect on Thursday, cited circumstances beyond his control for the decision.

Portions of Asare Bediako’s quit letter read:

“I wish to resign as the assistant coach of Accra Hearts of Oak SC, effective from this day 11th of February, 2021 due to circumstances beyond my control.

“I am very grateful to all stakeholders of the club and I am honoured for being part of the Phobian family for my three months stay with the club.”

Joseph Asare Bediako joined the Phobians prior to the start of the ongoing season in November 2020 after terminating his contract with Berekum Chelsea.

But the Caf License A holder has had to endure a tough start to life with the capital-based club. sources indicate that, after three months into the job, the coach is yet to sign his contract and be handed an official accommodation, forcing him to live with a member of the club’s technical team.

Asare Bediako, our sources, also claim the coach feels he is not allowed to fully perform his duties as an assistant by head coach Kosta Papic who has brought in ex-player Esme Mends. On top of all his challenges was an embarrassing episode with the payment of his agreed salary last month.



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