Amadu Nurudeen has quit his job as the head coach of Ghana Premier League team Aduana Stars.
The resignation comes after Aduana Stars failed to win their game against Wa All Stars in the Ghanana Premier League Match Week 2.
Confirming the news, Amadu Nurudeen said in an interview that he resigned for personal reasons.
“I resigned for personal reasons. I think after losing two matches in a row, I don’t need to be told that things are not going on well so I have decided to quit.”
“I won’t blame any player of management member for this. I am blaming myself for the poor start of the team that is why I have decided to lay down my tools,” Nuru said.
Nurudeen becomes the first coach to say goodbye to the job after two matches.
Meanwhile Bechem United coach, Erradi Mohammed Adil had quit a few days to the start of the season.
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