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Mallam Yahaya resigns as Faisal coach

Published on: 08 January 2013

King Faisal coach Mallam Yahaya has resigned after just three months in charge, can exclusively confirm.

The former Ghana international midfielder took temporary charge of the Kumasi-based side following the exit of Stephen Abugri.

Yahaya has officially informed Faisal management of his decision to quit the newly promoted side.

The former Borussia Dortmund attacker is unhappy with how Faisal management are interfering with his work at the Baba Yara Stadium.

He also feels the club's management does not appreciate the work he has done since taking charge in November.

Stephen Abugri who qualified gained promotion for the club also exited the club due to fracas with bank-roller Alhaji Grusah.


  • Tanko says:
    January 08, 2013 04:38 pm
    Ghanaians and switching coaches as if they were clothes. We seemed to be doing so as if we pay the coaches huge sums of money. We tend to emulate the Europeans but the invest huge sums of funds into this department. Ours is only interest and sacrifices. Does it actually pay?
  • jon says:
    January 08, 2013 07:03 pm
    he is not having a contract, how can he resign,,,please crosscheck with faisal officials cos he will be meeting de management on thursday