Serbian coach Kosta Papic claims he decided to step down as Hearts of Oak coach because of interference in his job by the club's top hierarchy.
Papic, who was having a second stint with the Phobians, confirmed his departure on Monday, 15 February 2021 after taking charge of ten matches.
He made a bright start after replacing Edward Odoom in November last year.
But after going four matches without a win, Papic's tactics were questioned.
It looks like the navel-gazing that followed the team's winless run forced him to lay down his tools.
''The influence from the management and board in player selection will make every professional coach uncomfortable at Hearts of Oak,'' Papic is reported to have told Accra-based Angel FM.
Papic won four matches, lost three and drew three.