Insecurity: Coach Bashiru Hayford quit Somalia job

Coach Bashiru Hayford has stepped down as Somalia’s national team coach, citing political instability in the country as reason for his exit.

The Ghanaian coach sighted insecurity and attacks by Al Shabab as the main reason for his resignation.

According to coach Bashiru,living within the country’s territores put his life in danger.

 The Formaer kumasi Asanti Kotoko coach handed his resignation letter to Somalia Football Association (SFA) on Monday.

The Ghanaian international was appointed head coach by Somalia Football Association (SFA) last year March 2019. The former Black Queen coach signed a two-year contract after replacing Mohammed Abdulla Farayare.

He coaches Somalia to win their first-ever World Cup qualifying match against Zimbabwe.

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