The Crabs former boss has shed lights on why he tendered in his resignation letter after only four games in the top-flight
Former Ebusua Dwarfs coach Robert Asibu Raymond has revealed that he vacated his position due to the constant attacks he suffered from the club’s supporters.
Despite losing four games on the bounce in the Ghana Premier League, leaving Dwarfs without a point and languishing at the bottom of the log, Essibu insists the poor form was even orchestrated by some of the supporters.
“The supporters wanted to destroy my life. Some of them attack me spiritually and physically and I can lose my life as a result so I have decided to resign and be a free man,” Asibu told Otec FM.
“I have sacrificed a lot for the club and I think enough is enough. This is because the personal hatred was unprecedented. Some of them always want us to lose so that they can achieve their agenda. If I die today because of Dwarfs, it is my family that will suffer.
“I have never regretted taking this decision because coaches are hired and fired. I qualify to work anywhere with my license so any club that will be willing to support me so I’m ready to join another club in future,” he added.
Dwarfs head to Kumasi on Sunday to face Asante Kotoko on matchday five at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.