Hearts of Oak head coach Kosta Papic resigns
Head coach of Accra Hearts of Oak, Kostadin Papic has resigned from the club with immediate effect.
Papic, after a meeting with the club’s board on Monday, tendered in his resignation letter after just 78 days in charge.
The 60-year-old Serbian was appointed in November 2020 for a second stint with the club having coached the club in 2009.
He was brought in to turn things around for the Phobians in December following the club’s poor start to the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season.
The former Orlando Pirates coach was in charge of the Phobians for 10 games in the ongoing league season, winning four, drawing three, and losing three.
His most memorable game was the 6-1 thrashing of the then league leaders Bechem United at the Accra Sports stadium.
Meanwhile, Joseph Asare Bediako who served as an assistant to Papic, resigned from his post last week citing personal reasons.
Hearts of Oak is expected to announce a new head coach to take over the club for the remainder of the season.