Goran Barjaktarevic has been sacked by Legon cities after less than a year in charge.
Cities’ decision comes on the back of Friday’s 3-0 defeat by Accra Great Olympics and a run of just three Premier League wins in their last 17 games.
The 51-year-old Bosnian only took over as manager in December 2019.
Assistant Head coach Wahid Mohammed has been put in charge as the first-team coach on an interim basis until a new coach is appointed.
Though the club has not officially announced the news, Halftimegh.com can report that the outspoken tactician has been released of his duties, we can also report that Goran, fell out with the club hierarchy over not only poor results but his inability to make input during the signings of new players in the transfer window.
The Royals signed more than 10 new players but have failed to show any sign of uplifting the club.
The big money spenders are yet to win a match this season after signing Ghana Legend Asamoah Gyan who is yet to kick a ball anyway.
Legon cities will host Medeama SC in matchday three at the Accra sports stadium next weekend.