Barnabas Awuni, has resigned as head coach of Mountaineers FC after three years off dedicated service.
Barnabas Awuni, known in the coaching fraternity as ‘Coach BB, has finally quit his post for a new challenge.
The young gaffer was the first appointed coach for the Kweiman-based club in the Greater Accra division two side. Through recommendations from coach Kwame Barcelona and a further confirmation from his former employer, Vision FC chairman and now GFA Chief of Staff, Mr. Michael Osekre. Coach BB landed the mountaineers job as the Head Coach and I thank them for the opportunity too
Message to Mountaineers FC Team
First, I want to say a big thanks to the Board of Mountaineers FC, management, technical team and playing body, they have really supported me. Mountaineers FC has really made me who I am today and my time with them was positive, I will still be part of the Mountaineers FC family because I might come back to them. ‘The Future is Unknown’.
I trust the technical team that is handling things now because we have really worked very hard together.
Biggest Challenge at Mountaineers
There were not of many challenges but management did their best for us but not to the maximum I must be fair, but it is normal in Ghana football because every team has a challenge but my biggest challenge was the mood of communication within the club, despite this deficiency which affected me a lot but it didn’t discourage me to stop pushing.
Speaking on his next move after resigning, the coach said: “For now my concentration will go into our own project am into with my other two partners to project our own youth team team called Mustard seed soccer academy whiles working on my next move.
“Couple of clubs are in contact with me and I prefer to go back into division one football and it’s not going to be my first experience after being with vision in 2015/16 league for a season so it’s not going to be my first time but this time it might be another zone.” He concluded.