Inter Allies head coach, Rashid Iddi, has left the club by mutual consent, after a string of poor results but a club statement says the former Ebusua Dwarfs assistant coach left as a result of religious commitments.
Allies are bottom of Zone B of the NC Special competition, having managed just one victory in their 7 first round matches, 4 of which ended in defeats.
Iddi was appointed in July of 2018, following the departure of Japanese trainer Kenichi Yatsuhashi, but a halt in football activities since June meant that the NC Special Competition was his first competitive games in charge of the Eleven is to One.
A club statement said the decision to part ways with the former Ebusua Dwarfs assistant coach was at the request of the coach.
“As per Coach Rashid Iddi’s request to continue his religious duties, Management of the Club agreed and granted Coach Rashid Iddi his request.
He is free to return to our Club when he is ready.
We wish him the very best as he goes back to serve the people of Cape Coast as the Deputy Regional Chief Imam,” the statement said.
Reports say Turkish trainer Umit Turmus is set to be appointed as Iddi’s replacement.
By: Fentuo Tahiru/citisportsonline.com/Ghana