By Boris Esono Nwenfor
Sports Writer, kick442.com-Cameroon
Coach Agbor Ernest who in the latter part of 2021 signed with 2015 Cameroon cup winners UMS Loum has told media men that he will be looking at leaving the side, after barely a year in charge.
The former coach of Limbe Football Club Association, LIFA, and Sahel Coach made the declaration after his side had a disastrous outing in their 0-0 draw against newcomers OFTA Kribi in Matchday of the MTN Elite one championship this Tuesday, at the Limbe Centenary Stadium.
The side looked lost in the encounter as they were guilty of so many misplaced passes and found difficulty even to have shots on goal. Coach Agbor Ernest on countless occasions looked displeased with the efforts of his boys and his anger was very much felt throughout the game.
“Yesterday the players decided not to train and the situation was really bad. I think I have to stop with the team because I cannot continue with that type of situation,” Coach Agbor Ernest said.
“There is no way to continue with such a group; players who are having a game two days will stop training that they need bonuses and others. The conditions are not really good for a trainer.”
Fondly called “Teacher”, the 2016 and 2018 assistant coach of the Intermediate Lions added that the players had refused to train “and the performance was evident on the field of play. I told them that even if there is a problem, you train and you indicate your problem. Not that you stop training and when they give you the money you cannot play.”
In five outings so far for Coach Agbor and UMS this season, the team counts 7 points, picking up two wins, 1 draw and two defeats. The side currently sit fifth in group B, 8 points below Eding Sport at the top of the standing.
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