Young French coach Romain Folz has ditched AshantiGold after just five weeks of handling the side.
The 30-year-old reportedly left the country on Monday.
The development comes a day after the Miners suffered a 2-1 defeat away to Elmina Sharks in the Ghana Premier League.
Sources indicate the former Uganda national team, Pyramids FC and Chamois Niortais FC video/performance analyst expressed his unhappiness about the prevailing situation in a recent meeting with club owner Dr. Kwaku Frimpong.
Folz – who arrived in the country on March 29 and signed a two-year contract with AshantiGold – reportedly received payment of a two months salary after the meeting but went ahead to leave the club.
In his four games in charge of AshantiGold, Romain Folz guided the side to two wins (vs Hearts of Oak and Bechem United) a draw (vs King Faisal) and last Sunday’s defeat to Sharks.