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Division One side Ebusua Dwarfs hire former Holy Stars trainer Lord Bright Ellis as club’s new coach

Division One League outfit Cape Coast Mysterious Ebusua Dwarfs have appointed Lord Bright Ellis as their new coach.

The former Holy Stars tactician joins the former Ghana Premier League side for the remainder of the Division One League season.

Bright Ellis becomes the club’s third coach just halfway into the 2023/24 football season. He replaces the club’s former goalkeeper Eddie Williams and assistant Ali Yakubu who have left their roles.

Before the start of the season, Dwarf had constituted technical team headed by their former goalkeeper Eddie Williams and Ali Yakubu as the assistant with James Kuuku Dadzie as the technical director.

But the technical team was dissolved along the line due to the club’s unimpressive performance after six game into the season, losing two, drawing three and winning just one in the process.

They also lost the only FA Cup game played against Soccer Intellectuals.

Upon the dissolution of the technical team, assistant coach Ali was handed the job until his resignation. He managed 24 points after taking over the team from week 7.

Following the resignation of Ali, the club has settled on the former Holy Stars gaffer Lord Bright Ellis to continue the rest of the season.

Lord Bright Ellis began coaching from lower division sides Twin City Fc and Alodaf Fc in Tarkoradi. He also coached first-division sides Proud United and Sefwi Stars.

Dwarfs are currently six-point adrift league leader Holy Stars in zone 2 of the Access Bank Division One league.

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