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Official: Karela United and coach Enos Adepa part ways by mutual consent

Karela United have announced parting ways with head coach Enos Adepa by mutual consent on Saturday evening.

Enos, a former Ghana Premier League winner, joined Karela before the start of the season in December 2019.

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However, after 15 matches in the league, he has failed to deliver on expectations as the club find themselves in the relegation zone.

Karela are 17th on the 18-team league and have won just one of their last nine matches.

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The club assured its supporters that a new manager will be appointed before the league returns from indefinite suspension.

Read the official statement below:

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“The management of Karela United Football Club has reached an agreement with Coach Enos Kwame Adipah to part ways by mutual consent”

“The club would like to thank Mr. Enos Kwame Adipah for his contribution to the club since he joined in December 2019 and wishes him the best in all future endeavors”

“The club wishes to assure all supporters and the football family that plans are in place to appoint his replacement in the coming days.”the statement read.

Source: GHANAsoccernet.com

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