Former PWD of Bamenda star, Agbor Ernest Ako has this evening told mysoccer24.com he has put an end to a 4 years coaching career at Union Sportive of Douala.
He becomes the second coach in a role to quit his duty post after a defeat to high flying Aigle after Dieudonne Nke left UMS last weekend.
His decision comes on Wednesday evening after the club suffered a 3 goals to 1 home defeat to bottom side Aigle Royal of Menoua.
USD’s (5 times champions of Cameroon) latest defeat makes it 3 in a row since the start of the second round of the championship.
Internal cracks at the club has seen the departure of some big names from the club but the decision by the current deputy coach of the intermediate Lions of Cameroon to leave the club is the biggest and adds to the departure of Franky Essombo and Anye Fru Derrick.
Coach Agbor popularly referred to as “Teacher” for his skills in developing young players leaves his former Deputy Daniel Walimjom at the helm of the team ahead of their weekend clash at home to Unisport of Bafang.
Agbor Ernest leaves USD in 8th position with 27 points after 7 wins,7 defeats and 6 draws.
Agbor Ernest becomes the 12th coach to leave his job site since the beginning of the season and he will remain around to serve as the club’s adviser.
The beautiful first round dream is fast becoming a nightmare for the fans of USD.