Directors of Premier league side Elmina Sharks have fired the entire membership of the club’s management following a never to be remembered season that took them the last kick of the season to maintain their Premier league status.
The management led by George Wiredu and club secretary Kelvin Aboagye will join other members of the management to leave the club after 4 years in charge of the Elmina Based club at the top flight.
Despite their efforts in helping the club maintain their status as a top tier club following a last day victory in Obuasi against Asante Kotoko, the financiers of the club led by Dr Papa Kwesi Nduom and the board have concluded to chart a new cause for the future of the club.
Members of the management are yet to recieve their letters relieving them of their post after returning from Obuasi with victory.
Letters relieving the management from their post was long prepared before the last game against Kotoko, but series of Meetings leading to the last match has left the delivery delayed.
The club is yet to decide on the future of Stand-in Coach Odartey Lamptey who guided the team to maintain its status as a top tier side.
Elmina Sharks endured a tortuous season where 4 of their top players were suspended by the Ghana FA, with 3 other top players leaving the club mid season.
The board believes management of the club failed to adhere to proper administrative practices leading to the last day difficulties in maintaining the club’s Premier league status.