Hearts of Oak head coach Kosta Papic has quit his role after just two months in charge.
He made his decision known to the club at a lengthy board meeting on Monday.
The Serbian trainer replaced Edward Odoom in November for a second stint and led the team to 10 matches in the Ghanaian Premier League where he won four, drew three and lost three.
Papic cited personal reasons for his decision and turned down several pleas from board members on Monday to stay.
His assistant, Joseph Asare Bediako also resigned from his post last week citing personal reasons.
Hearts of Oak will now look for the new head coach to take over the club for the remainder of the season.
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