Ghana Premier League side Medeama have parted ways with head coach Carlos Roberto Paulette on mutual consent, the club announced Tuesday.
“We have agreed to go separate ways,” Medeama SC Team Manager Nii Adotey told Africanfootball.com
“The club would have paid him an advance three months salary if we had opted to terminate his contract.”
The Peruvian was appointed in January and led the club in the 2014 CAF Confederation Cup campaign.
It is understood that the Mauve and Yellows were unhappy with his output in the Ghana Premier League where they finished.
His first job in the Ghana top-flight was at King Faisal where he made a huge impact.
The Sports Psychology degree holder has previously worked with South End United, Charlton Athletic, Tottenham and Ivorian Lique 1 side stella club dadjamé.