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The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Bofoakwa Tano Football Club has hinted that the Ghana Premier League side will have a new coach by Monday, November 27.

Alexander Ababio told Onua Sports that the club is currently in talks with three top coaches for one to be selected for the job.

Bofoakwa Tano FC on Thursday, November 23 announced a decision to part ways with Coach Stephen Frimpong Manso and his assistant, Isaac Kofi Sarfo, by mutual agreement.

A press release issued by management said the decision was made “in the utmost interest of the club”.

Bofoakwa Tano FC are currently 6th on the log with 16 points.

Their latest outing at home was marred by crowd troubles after supporters invaded the Sunyani Coronation Park to assault the opponents Nsoatreman FC after a goalless drawn game.

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) immediately slapped a temporary home ban on the team.

Mr Ababio said the decision to part ways with the gaffer and his assistant was not connected to poor results in the League.

He insists it was an a mutual agreement accepted by both parties.

He served notice that a coach will be appointed by Monday.

“Today, we have talked to about three coaches but we are still in the process and I believe by Monday, we will get a new coach to take over,” he told host Isaac Ansah Apagya.

Bofoakwa Tano FC’s next game was supposed to be against Dreams FC but the game has been postponed to allow the latter partake in the CAF Confederation Cup this weekend. They are in Tunisia to face Club Africain.