Ghana Premier League giants, Medeama have parted ways with coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu after just three matches in charge.
The young gaffer, who replaced Yaw Preko in August drew two and lost one in three Premier League.
Medeama are currently 14th on the embryonic league table with two points, just one point above the relegation zone.
Assistant coach Umar Abdul Rabi will take charge of the team until a permanent coach is appointed.
A club statement reads; “We would like to announce that the club has parted ways with senior team first coach Ignatius Osei-Fosu.”
“Osei- Fosu has been in charge of the club after replacing Yaw Preko in August.”
“However, both parties will go separate ways after three months.
“We would like to thank Ignatius for his services to our club and wish him well in his future endeavour.”
“Assistant coach Umar Abdul Rabi will take temporal charge of the team, pending an appointment of a new coach.
“He will be in the dugout when we take on rivals Karela United in the Western derby on Sunday.”