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Bechem United fires Belgian Coach

Under Performing Coaches Face The Wrath

bechem unitedGhana Premier League club, Bechem United, have parted ways with their Belgian coach, Erradi Adil, just two weeks after engaging. 

The 37-year-old former FC Brussels trainer was engaged to enhance the chances of the club in the premiership and and also to develop young talents, but he fell out of favour with the club due to his hot temperament.

Inside sources told the Graphic Sports that the coach was making outrageous demands and having problems with almost everybody, including the team manager of the club, Francis Dwomo Addai.

“He fights with the players all the time and had a problem with everybody, even the team manager who is a very quiet and respectable man, was not spared,” the source said.

The source said Adil was not satisfied with anything and his character was causing problems for the team which made the club to pay him off to return to his native country and to avoid creating any further problems.

CEO of the club, Kingsley Owusu Achau, confirmed the coach was no longer with them but refused to give details about the decision to sack the coach.

He said the local coaches, including Solomon Odowo, Osei Wire and others, were in charge of the club currently until a new manager is engaged.

Credit: Daily Graphic

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