The current Ghana Premier League champions, Aduana Stars have parted ways with head coach Yusif Abubakar.
Coach Abubakar joined the Dormaa-based club two years ago and led them to the Ghana premier league title last season.
But Aduana’s form in recent months has taken a nosedive with the club picking just one point from the two games they have played in the CAF Confederation Cup group stages.
Aduana Stars dropped to CAF’s second tier competition after humiliating results in the CAF Champions League despite huge investment in player acquisition towards that campaign.
The Ogya lads are also 14th on the Zylofon Cash Premier League table with just 14 points at the half way point of the season, even though they have played three games less.
“Yes, it’s true we have gone our separate ways but I don’t want to say more for now,” the former Hearts of Oak gaffer confirmed the news to Citi Sports.
Aduana now face a race against time to find Abubakar’s replacement before next Wednesday’s CAF Confederation Cup clash against Congolese side AS Vita Club.
According to Pink Sports, former head coach of Accra Hearts of oak and Inter Allies, Kenichi Yatsuhashi is reportedly linked to the club following the departure of Yusif Abubakar.