By Owusu Ansah Doe
Ghana Premier League side, Amidaus Professionals have terminated the services of head coach Tanko Shaibu after an unimpressive run of form.
The former assistant coach of Hearts of Oak who succeeded Baba Ali (also sacked for non performance) had seen only four months into his term, the coach is said to have had a fall out in relationship with the club's management.
Rumours suggest, the coach refused to heed to counsel from the management pertaining to the club's progress but on the contrary, the coach denied the allegations on Accra-based Radio Station, Asempa FM.
"The club's management wanted to impose players on me in their own personal interest to use, but I sure would not heed to that because of professionalism" a sharp contrast to rumours. He further added "they (management) had not spoken to me in a long while, nonetheless, life continues from here".
The Winnenba trained technical handler's latest defeat came at the hands of Hearts of Oak in a 0-3 whitewash last weekend.
Amidaus are 11th on the league log with 24 points whiles the new manger's debut game will be against Aduana Stars.