After six defeats in nine games coach Frimpong Manso has left his job with Premier League side BA United.
The club, which he guided back to the top flight after 10 years in the Division One League, is currently placed bottom of the 16-team First Capital Plus Premier League (FCPPL) table.
Since the start of the season BA United have been faced with a series of off-field challenges which seem to have affected player performance.
supersport.com understands Manso, who has been at the receiving end of constant bashes from the club’s vociferous fans due to poor results, moved to leave the club after ‘getting fed up with the lack of commitment from ownership.’
On Saturday, the club announced mutually agreeing to part ways with the former Black Stars defender.
“We wish to announce that head coach Frimpong Manso has quit the club on mutual consent.”
“On behalf of the CEO, we wish F. Manso well because we owe him a lot for guiding us back to the GHPL after 10 years in the ‘wilderness’,” a statement released via the club’s official twitter handle, @BrongAhafoUtd, read.
The statement further announced the dissolution of the entire technical and management bodies of BA United.
“Chief Executive Roy Arthur has announced the dissolution of the technical and management teams.”
“Mr Roy Arthur will communicate to the general public his next line of action in the coming days,” it ended.