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Great Olympics to appoint third coach in three months after Prince George Koffie resignation

Published on: 03 February 2020
Great Olympics to appoint third coach in three months after Prince George Koffie resignation
Prince George Koffie

Great Olympics have been hit with another coaching crisis after head coach Prince George Koffie resigned on Monday, 3 February, 2020, GHANASoccernet.com understands.

Koffie is not a happy man after the team's 1-0 home defeat to WAFA SC on Sunday in the Ghana Premier League.

He has been in-charge of the Wonder Club a little over one month.

Koffie was appointed in December, 2019 to replace Isaac Nii Armah who also quit his post citing personal reasons.

Great Olympics are 14th on the 18-team table with seven points from 7 matches.

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