Coach Bashir Hayford has finally ended speculations about his future with Tarkwa-based Medeama SC and last Friday put paid to the anxiety of his former employers when he officially informed them of his decision to quit with over seven months to the expiry of contract.
Bashir handed his resignation letter to the dismay of his former employers after he left them gropping in the dark for nearly two weeks and assuring them of his loyalty to the Tarkwa-based club.
Last week, Ashantigold confirmed they have signed Bashir for two and half years, but Medeama insisted the coach was theirs until August.
But Albert Commey, executive vice president of the club, told Graphic Sports the club has accepted the resignation and resolved to move on and not allow the setback to affect them.
He disclosed that Tanko Shaibu, Bashir’s assistant, who has worked closely with him has taken over the technical bench to steer its affairs when the Glo Premier League resumes in the second round.
According to him, Tanko would be assisted by Evans Adotey who has been in charge of youth development .
Meanwhile, Bashir has assumed duty at Ashgold and is feverishly preparing the team for the second round of the Glo Premier League which kicks off on Sunday February 24.
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