Dreams FC head coach Juha Pasoga has parted ways with the club after just 11 games in the on-going GFA Normalisation Committee Special Competition, reports Kickgh.com.
The 42-year-old has left the country and is currently in Finland with his family
Pasoga has been in charge of the Dawu based club since April 2018 and has had a poor run in the Special Competition.
Coach Winfred Dormon has been named as the stop-gap coach of the 'Still Believe' lads following Pasoja's departure.
He has returned to the club after guiding second-tier side Proud United to finish second spot in the Division One League Zone 2B of NC Special competition.
Coach Dormon helped Dreams FC to record their first victory over Inter Allies on Sunday in the second round of the Normalisation Committee Special Competition.