AshantiGold boss, Bashir Hayford says he is ready to quit his post as coach of the club should management ask him to do so.
National Co-ordinating Committee (NCC), a supporters union of the Miners, gave the former Kotoko coach a three days ultimatum to relinquish his post.
And Coach Bashir is ready to leave should his employers say his services are no longer needed.
“Leaving AshGold is not a problem for me. I don’t care! If i am told to leave my post today, I will gladly walk away. Already I have a lot before me and will continue with my other works,” He told Kumasi based radio station, Nhyira FM.
“My wife is delaying my exit from the club. She doesn’t want me succumb to the pressure from fans, but I will leave immediately if I am told pack out,” he said.
“Sometimes fans put pressure on coaches due to bad results and I see these things are normal in the game and I am ready to quit,” he stated.