Former Arsenal forward Christopher Wreh has tendered in his resignation as coach of Liberia Football Association First Division Club, Nimba United FC. Christopher Wreh, a Liberian Ex-International presented his resignation to Nimba United Executives Saturday.
The coach’s resignation comes days after he was suspended by Nimba United Management for administrative reasons.
The report says the club Owner and the coach had been at loggerhead in recent times over players’ selection for matches. Nimba United is owned and financed by former Nimba County Senator Adolphus Saye Dole who has constructed a mini stadium for the club outside Monrovia in the Mount Barclay area.
Nimba United FC management confirmed Chris Wreh’s resignation at the weekend and said it has accepted the letter and has with immediate effect appointed the Club Trainer, Mustapha Yarngbe as caretaker manager.
Coach Wreh who joined the club last season has won six games in the first phase of the 2019 season, losing four and drawing two.
The club concluded the first phase of the season on 20 points in 4th place, scoring 21 goals and conceding 11 goals. It is not clear where the Liberia Under-20 National Team head coach is headed next.
In recent seasons, Nimba United FC has witnessed the resignations of several coaches who reportedly resigned because of misunderstandings with the Cub’s CEO, Adolphus Saye Dolo.