The former Liberty Professionals coach masterminded the qualification of the Cape Coast based side back to the Ghana Premier league in a grand style.
J.E Sarpong hints at resigning as Dwarfs coach
Dwarfs poor start to the Ghana Premier League would force J.E Sarpong to quit as head coach
However, they have lost their first two league games of the 2015-16 season, making things very difficult for Sarpong and his charges.
J.E Sarpong has stated that he doesn’t want to associated with failure, hence he might quit after the third game depending on the results.
“I have done everything on my part for good results to come our way. This is a side I took from division and per the points we had and having the top scorer of the division 1 league in our team we shouldn’t be struggling like this,” he told Supersports.
“Maybe the players don’t want to play for me, like the Chelsea players did to Mourinho or there are certain factors I don’t know about. I don't want to supervise loses.
“Everybody knows the caliber of coach I am. I don’t want to supervise defeats, but I will play the third game and decide afterwards,”
Dwarfs will host in-form Hearts of oak, who have won their first two games of the season on match day 3 of the Ghana Premier League in Cape Coast.
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