Gilbert Fiamenyo has confirmed terminating his contract with Ebusua Dwarfs in just two months after joining the club.
The 22 year-old striker who was Hearts of Oak’s top scorer last season with eight goals joined the Cape Coast giants on a sixth-month deal under J.E Sarpong’s era prior to the start of the second round of the ongoing campaign.
Due to the club’s poor outing in the league, the veteran coach position was taken by Prosper Narteh and that has affected the position of the former Heart of Lions forward.
However, news went viral on Tuesday that Fiamenyo has parted company with Dwarfs which the player has confirmed.
“It is true I have terminated my contract with Dwarfs, I wasn’t in good terms with the new coach who took over the club’s coaching role. It was J.E Sarpong who brought me into the team so looking at the situation it was better for me to end my stay at the club,” Faimenyo told Hot FM.
“I’m not downhearted because I know for a fact that I will be joining a new club. I will make it pubic when I complete the deal. I’m still in good shape and I will join a new club soon,” he added.