Herbert Addo has no intention of coaching again
Former Inter Allies coach, Herbert Addo, has confirmed he has no intention of returning to coaching after mutually parting ways with the Tema side.
The 5 time league champion endured a torrid start to the campaign with Inter Allies forcing both parties to part ways.
The decision is the second in the space of a year for the trainer who departed Hearts under similar circumstances.
For Addo, it is about time to bring an end to an illustrious career.
“We have come to an agreement so I decided to retire because there is so much pressure,” he told Adom FM Sports.
“I decided enough is enough. Too much pressure in the game itself.”
“I have gone through the whole system and there a whole lot of little things people told me.”
“I have no intention of coaching again. I just want put my house inn order, relax and reflect on the past and think about the future.”
“If you want to compensate me, I am always around and it depends on the person and depends on the situation.”
Former Wa All Stars coach Jimmy Cobblah has been tipped to replace Herbert Addo at Inter Allies.