The Yellow and Mauve have ended their stay with three of their players as they seek to do a revamp of their squad
Ghana Premier League side Medeama have parted ways with three senior players following a poor season, the club has officially announced.
The players include midfielder Eric Kwakwa, defender Bright Enchil and striker Abass Mohammed who rejoined the club from Asante Kotoko.
Medeama were hoping to at least finish within the top four and and possibly win the FA Cup but they finished fifth in Ghana Premier League and were eliminated from the FA Cup in the semifinals by eventual winners Hearts of Oak.
“We have mutually parted ways with midfielder Eric Kwakwa, defender Bright Enchill and striker Abass Mohammed,” a club statement read.
“We thank them for their services to our club. The club will be making further announcements in due course,” the statement added.
Medeama have appointed a new coach in Ignatius Osei-Fosu to replace Yaw Preko and Yaw Acheampong. They have also signed striker Ansu Kofi Patrick and defender Seth Sowah from Berekum Arsenal and Bechem United respectively.