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Ghana Premier League side Bofoakwa Tano FC have parted ways with head coach Stephen Frimpong Manso and his assistant, Isaac Kofi Sarfo.

The decision was made by mutual agreement between management and the coaches.

“This decision was made in the utmost interest of the club,” a statement issued by management on Thursday, November 23 confirmed.

It comes barely a week after the Bono Region club was slapped with a temporary home ban by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) following a pitch invasion in their 0-0 draw with Nsoatreman FC.

The away side’s coach, Maxwell Konadu, was attacked during the invasion on Sunday and was rushed to hospital, where he was treated and discharged the following day.

Management, in the statement on Thursday, thanked the teeming fans of the club for “their continued support and look forward to exciting times ahead”.

The club also thanked the two coaches for “their valuable contributions and dedication to our club”.

“We wish them the very best in their future endeavours.”

Bofoakwa Tano FC are currently 6th in the League with 16 points.

Their next game against Dreams FC has been postponed as a result of the latter’s appointment in the CAF Confederation Cup.