Bofoakwa Tano part ways with coach Frimpong Manso

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Bofoakwa Tano FC has announced the departure of head coach Frimpong Manso and assistant coach Isaac Kofi Sarfo.

The duo took over from Fuseini Abubakari following the club’s promotion to top-flight football in July after 16 years in the Division One league.

Their sacking comes four days after their chaotic goalless draw with local rivals Nsoatreman FC at the Sunyani Coronation Park in the Betpawa Premier League where Nsoatreman coach Maxwell Konadu was allegedly attacked by some fans.

It is worth noting that the Sunyani-based side has had a poor run of results in recent matches, with just one win in their last eight matches.

The club says the “decision was made in the utmost interest of the club. We extend our heartfelt gratitude to both coaches for their valuable contributions and dedication to our club.”

Bofoakwa Tano will not be in action until 3 December when they host Samartex at a yet to be decided venue following their temporary ban from using the Sunyani Coronation Park.

Bofoakwa Tano are currently sixth on the league table and will not be in action this week as their matchweek 12 encounter against Dreams FC has been postponed.

The club is expected to announce a replacement for the vacant job before their game.

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