Kosta Papic has left his post as the head coach of Ghana Premier League side Accra Hearts of Oak following poor results recently.
The Serbian cited personal reasons for his exit.
“My reasons are partly personal, also for the fact that am not getting the desired and needed results and I have no hope that it’s going to change,” he said.
Papic despite having a great start to his stint as hearts of Oak head coach, the Serbian has struggled in his last four games.
The 60-year old replaced Edward Nii Odoom two games into the 2020-2021 league season.
He played 10 games as head coach of Hearts of Oak, won 4, lost 3 and drew 3.
Goalkeeper’s trainer Ben Owu has also resigned.
Papic’s assistant Asare Bediako also resigned last week Tuesday leaving the club with no coach currently.
In their absence, the club’s U-15 head coach, Samuel Nii Noi will lead the team in training on the interim.
The Phobians are expected to make new appointments to their technical department to for the reminder of the season.
By Francis Hema|3news.com|Ghana