The young enterprising tactician Umar Rabi has left his job as head coach of the Tarkwa based Premier League outfit.
Head coach of Medeama Sporting Club Umar Rabi has tendered his resignation letter to quit his role at the club after picking a point on the road to Tamale City in the Ghana Premier league week 19 fixture.
Medeama took to their Twitter handle to announce the resignation of their gaffer Umar Rabi.
Abdul Rabi re-joined the club after ending a 10-year stint at the famous Right to Dream Academy in 2021 to take the role as a first team assistant coach
The young gaffer took charge of the Mauves and Yellows early last season heading to week 4 from Ignatius Osei-Fosu, who had just been sacked after their third fixture of the campaign against Eleven Wonders.
He guided Medeama SC to the second position on the league log after the season with 56 points, having leapfrogged Bechem United who had been at that position for almost all season. The club then appointed him as the permanent head coach of the team looking at his exploit at the end of the season.
He was also in charge of Wassaman United at some point
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