- TKC has joined the likes of Rangers, Renaissance FC, ISOHSA of Limbe to make changes in their technical crew this season
- The club parted ways with coach Rene Essomba after their 2-5 defeat against Unisport of Bafang
Legendary Cameroonian club, TKC of Yaoundé have reacted to their first defeat of the season by terminating their working coach three months after his recruitment.
Coach Essomba Rene Franc Sother was notified of the termination of his contract this Thursday via a letter signed by the club’s secretary general Joel Patrick Bessala. Per the decision, coach Essomba is paying the price of his side’s 2-5 defeat in Bafang in their match day ten fixture against Unisport.
The experienced trainer won three of his ten matches as TKC gaffer this season and played six draws in the others and settled for one defeat against Unisport.
He leaves TKC on the third spot in Pool A of the championship with 15 points from a possible 30 in their opening ten games.
Ambitious TKC will return to the market in search of a new trainer before their next game in the MTN Elite Two championship next Wednesday.
TKC joins the likes of Unisport of Bafang, Renaissance FC, Rangers of Bafut and ISOHSA as clubs that have made changes in the technical crew leader this term.
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