Ghana Premier League Bechem United part ways with Manuel Zacharias by mutual consent

The Portuguese trainer, Manuel Zacharias has left Bechem United by mutual consent

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Manuel Zacharias was on Wednesday given the greenlight to leave Bechem United following a meeting between the Portuguese trainer and the club.

Zacharias propelled Bechem United to a historic FA Cup triumph in the 2015-16 season to make them the first Brong Ahafo side to do so.

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However, the club have hired Bogdanovic as the technical director as the team look forward to representing Ghana in the CAF Confederation Cup in next year February.

Manual Zacharias, following that decision has asked the management of Bechem United he wants to continue his coaching job elsewhere.

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“Manuel Zacharias told us he wants to coach Dreams FC and after a meeting we agreed by mutual consent to let him leave,” Francis Addae the Operations Manager of the club told Pulse Sports.

Dreams FC coached by C.K Akunnor have been demoted to division 1 for fielding an unqualified player two seasons ago.

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