The Hunters chief says the club will survive despite the departure of the Romanian coach who parted ways with the team on Thursday Bechem United chief executive officer Kingsley Osei Bonsu is confident the team will not suffer from the departure of coach Manuel Zacharias, who resigned on Thursday. The Romanian was in charge of the club from April to December this year, winning the Ghana FA Cup and finishing seventh on the log. “We have parted ways with the coach but as to why we took such decision, I can’t say it now. However, we have a replacement for him,” Bonsu told Space FM. “It was in the past that we took decisions without analysing them which later affected us. We have accepted the fact that decision making begins with an initial awareness because we see ourselves to be a sensitive cooperate organization, so we have analysed Zacharias' departure critically and it’s going to help the progress of the club better than maintaining him and still having issues to settle every day.”
He added: “So his departure is not going to affect us in anyway. Our performance will be better next season and the new coach will have our support all times. We will surely make a good mark in the Caf Confederations Cup and improve on our performance to at least finish fourth in the Ghana Premier League.’’ Serbian manager Milislav Bogdanovic, who was appointed as Bechem new technical director a fortnight ago, will take over on the interim and lead the club to Turkey next month for their pre-season until a new coach is appointed, management said.