Prince George Koffie has stepped up as an interim head coach for Karela United for the remainder of the 2020/21 season.
This follows a club announcement Tuesday that coach Augustine Evans Adotey had left post.
Karela said an agreement had been reached with Adotey to step aside for the remaining three matches of the current league on health grounds.
“The club has asked assistant coach Prince George Koffie to take charge till the end of the season,” stated a portion of a press release.
After a bright start to the 2020/21 season which saw them lead the league log at the halfway stage, Karela United’s fortunes have taken a nosedive in the second round.
The CAM Park outfit – now in 7th position with 46 points – has managed only three wins in fourteen second-round games, a form which has been a great source of worry to many a club faithful.
“The club wishes to assure its supporters and all stakeholders that it remains resolute and focused in its quest to place a respectable position on the league log at the end of the current season,” the Karela statement also read.
Prince George Koffie previously handled Ghana Premier League side Great Olympics.