Former Ashanti Gold coach, Bashiru Hayford, says he remains undecided with regards to his future with Ebusua Dwarfs, as he’s yet to agree terms with the management of the club.
The performance of the Cape-coast based side in this year’s GHALCA G8 tournament has been awful especially after conceding 10 goals in two matches with some supporters ‘calling for the head’ of the gaffer.
According to the highly experienced trainer who has taken temporary charge of the Dwarfs team in this year’s competition has enumerated that, he only seeking to access the team and will decide whether to agree terms with management after their last match against Dwarfs.
“I’m not yet the coach and the supporters are reportedly calling for my head, I will gladly add the body. I’m the incoming coach and I opted to come and observe the players on my own and see where the problems are.
“I understand the regular players are only three and the most of the players were picked during justify, as they currently being whether they can make up to the standard, so the team is rebuilding,” Bashiru said.
He added: ” I’m studying the boys well, my last match will be against Hearts after that I will decide whether to stay.”
Ebusua Dwarfs will face Hearts of Oak in the last group match on Saturday.