Accra Hearts of Oak confirms Head Coach Kostadin Papic has resigned

Kostandin Papic has left Accra Hearts of Oak as head coach barely three (3) months after his appointment in November 2020.

The Serbian trainer resigned on Monday, 15th February alongside goalkeeper’s trainer George Owu.

The Club in a statement signed by its Communications Manager Kwame Opare-Addo said Papic decision to resigned was personal.

According to Hearts of Oak “The Coach in his resignation letter stated, “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””.

It added “The Club and Kostadin Papic have both acknowledged that recent results and
performances have not met the expectations and agreed on the need for new technical leadership.”

Kostadin Papic during his second stint with the Phobians won 4 out of 10 matches in the Ghana Premeire League after taking over from Edward Nii Odeon in November, 2020.

However, Under 15 Coach, Samuel Nii Nio has been asked to lead the team until a substantive coach is appointed.


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