At last Didier Gomes booted from Ethiopia Bunna

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After losing four matches in a row and slipping from top to mid table, Ethiopia Bunna kicked out Didier Gomes despite his two year contract. The Frenchman became the eighth Premier League Coach to get sacked before the start of the season’s second round.
It’s been a rough season. Half of the sixteen Premier League Coaches parted ways with their teams. Didier’s leaving was highly anticipated because the club’s officials were under heavy pressure from supporters following the poor result and unimpressive performance in the field.
Six wins, four draws and five defeats, Ethiopia Bunna finished the first round eighth in the table collecting 22 points. As a result, Club Board Chairman Lieutenant Fekade Mamo was obliged to concede to supporters’ demand despite offering his support to Didier on 8th January, 2019. “We believe in Didier’s capacity therefore he has every support from the club,” Fekade said.
Saint George’s Pinto packed back for home a day before the season’s opening match against visitors Baherdar. Then Yohannes Sahle who was much expected to repeat what he did with Mekele last season. Diredawa stacked at relegation zone, the club showed Yohannes the way out to upgrade assistant Simon Abay to the hot seat.
Bottom of the table with only four points from 15 matches Dedebit booted out both Ibrahim and assistant Getu Teshome to bring in Sehul-Shere’s sacked boss Daniel Tsehaye. Debub Police waited patiently until the other wandering Coach Zelaem Shiferaw submitted a resignation then the club appointed miracle performer Alazar Melese who slew two giants Ethiopia Bunna and Jimma AbaJifar. Zenebe Fisha left Wolayta after 18 months while Sehul kicked-out the coach that helped the side to promotion last season, Daniel Tsehaye, to call an experienced hand in the form of Coach Samson Ayele.
Tsegaye K/Mariam left Welwalo-Adigrat in mutual agreement. Although Welwalo sits tenth in the table with 20 points, Tsegaye signed off his stay on the grounds there were many shortcomings.