Spanish-Mexican gaffer, Guillermo Hamdan Zaragoza has resigned from his role as head coach of Ghanaian topflight side West African Football Academy who are currently struggling in the ongoing season.
The ex-Real Madrid youth developer made this shocking revelation after their painful 0-1 home loss to Accra Lions in match-week 29. The 30-year-old joined the Sogakope-based side prior to the start of the ongoing season as a replacement for Prosper Narteh who is currently with head coach Asante Kotoko. Despite taking over the club at the early stages, Guillermo Zaragoza has failed to continue the good works of their outgoing coach and has really struggled to turn their woes leaving them in the relegation zone. The Academy Boys after 29 matches, are sitting 17th on the league log with 27 points and will face Dreams FC in the next round of matches.