Berekum Chelsea Head Coach, Tony Lokko has resigned from post over poor working conditions.
The former Amidaus Professionals coach is owed salaries for several months and is fed up with inconsistencies of the club’s administration. He has therefore decided to move on from the Brekum based club.
Lokko, who led Brekum Chelsea to a disappointing 12th place finish on the First Capital plus Ghana premier league last season, confirmed his resignation to Joy Sports.
Tony Lokko signed a two-year deal with an option of another year in July last year after guiding debutants Amidaus Professionals an 11th place finish of the 2012/2013 Ghana premier league season.
Tony Lokko also confirmed he has had a number of lucrative deals from which he is yet to choose from in the coming days.
This comes as a double blow for the Brekum based club whose General Manager, Francis Oduro Sarfo, quit last month after an internal dispute with Chief Executive Officer Nana Kwame Nketia.
Oduro Sarfo who had worked with the club for four years refused to cite reasons for his resignation.
Brekum Chelsea will be looking to beef up their administrative and technical teams while the 2013/2014 Ghana premier league season delay persists.