Ghanaian Premier League side Inter-Allies have parted ways with head coach Herbert Addo, Ghanasportsonline.com can reveal.
The Tema-based Club according to close source have ended their relationship with the coach due to poor results.
Inter-Allies have been patchy since the start of the Ghana Premier League.
The Club has managed just two victories and are languishing in the relegation zone on the log sheet.
Ghanasportsonline.com’s checks however reveal that the coach mutually agreed to end his contract with the Club after the team’s defeat to Techiman City.
Inside sources at the Club has also revealed that the former Hearts of Oak coach have not been to training for the past one week.
The Club is however expected to confirm their latest decision in the coming days.
Herbert Addo made a return to the Club after leaving Hearts of Oak prior to the end of the 2014/15 League season.
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