565 days after winning the Ghana Premier League with Ashantigold, Bashir Hayford has relinquished his position as head coach of the club.
The outspoken manager tendered in his resignation letter on Friday morning.
Hayford’s decision comes after he was given a three-match ultimatum to redeem the club from the bottom of the league table.
The Miners lie 15th on the table with just two wins and a draw this season after eight matches.
Hayford guided the Obuasi-based side to their premier league triumph in 2015 which was a personal second after winning it with Asante Kotoko SC in 2008.