By Angu Lesley
Football Writer kick442.com-Cameroon
Cameroon Elite One championship side Colombe FC of Dja and Lobo have terminated their working relationship with lead trainer Jules Moise Abah Onana with immediate effect.
The Club took to their social media handles to announce this Monday to announce it was ending the eight months relationship with the 45-year old Cameroonian trainer.
Abah guided Colombe in their goalless draw against TKC on Sunday at the Ahmadou Ahidjo stadium in Yaoundé-Cameroon, amounting to two draws in two games so far in the domestic championship.
“Coach Jules Abah Onana has been reliefed of his responsibilities on our technical bench following a decision from board chair Noel Essian,” a Club statement read.
Onana becomes the third manager in the top-flight Championship to leave his position following the steps of Guy Djiepnang of Fortuna and François Heya of Eding Sport.
The former Eding Sport de la Lekie and TKC gaffer will be temporarily replaced by his deputy before the Fils Beaudouin Ondobo.
They challenge pool B leaders Panthere of Nde in their next league outing this weekend.
Names like that of former Cotonsport and YOSA gaffer Ndoumbe Bosso and François Ngoumou are being linked with the vacant position.
Joseph Ndoko who previously appeared in the rumor mills of the last transfer window as a candidate for the job is rumored as a potential option.
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