Despite ending their relationship the veteran coach Joseph E. Sarpong abruptly, Ebusua Dwarfs have praised the output of the coach.
Sarpong, who qualified the team to the Premier League, was relieved off his post last week after a rather poor start to the season which saw the Cape Coast-based side languishing at the bottom of the league log.
The Board and Management after a meeting last Monday parted ways with Coach Sarpong, and brought on Prosper Nartey, a lecturer at the University of Cape Coast.
“Football is dynamic and changes might come from every corner of its administration,” Technical Director of the club, John Ansah said.
“The technical head, if he has been replaced, tells you that things are not going the way Management and the Board expect it to go,” he added.
“But I won’t take anything from Coach Sarpong, he has done his bit but in marriage it gets to a point you cannot even continue the marriage, you are better off being separated, we have gotten somewhere and then he can also look out for new challenges,” he said.