Wa All Stars head Coach, Castro Sarfo has resigned from his position after just one month in charge of the Upper West based GPL side.
Confirming his departure on SilverSports midday edition.
‘SportsCenter’ with King Eben on Monday, Coach Sarfo cited personal reasons for his resignation from the Northern Blues.
“Yes I have tendered in my resignation letter and I must confirm that I was under no pressure to vacate my position as Head Coach of Wa All Stars”
“I must put on record that the reason to leave the club at this time was motivated by my own personal decision and not under any circumstance”
“The management, playing body and supporters were not happy to hear this news from me because I am in good terms with everybody”
“The club is aware of the challenges we facing as a club and nobody has been blamed for these current situation at the club..I am under no pressure to resign and the decision behind my resignation is very personal” he said.
Coach Sarfo made an assertion that it is always ‘prudent to take bold decisions and give chance to other qualified trainers to also exhibit their potentials if the need arises.
The trainer’s decision comes following a 1-1 draw in matchday 12 encounter against WAFA SC on Sunday.
He took up the mantle from former coach Alhaji Mumuni Sokpari who was told to step aside after just 3 matches in the Ghana Premier League.
Sarfo however, has not been able to bring sparkle to the Wa based club since he took up the mantle.
Since his appointment, Coach Castro has failed to win a single game after 7 game in charge. He has drawn 3 games and lost 4 including back to back drawn games against Liberty Professionals and WAFA SC.
Sarfo had rich experience from his days as Asante Kotoko assistant coach and was substantively in-charge of Heart of Lions and Okwahu United.
The former Ghana Premier League champions are languishing at the bottom of the league table with 7 points after 12 matches.
Mark F. / silveronline24 / SilverFM