Ghana’s Aduana Stars appoint Romanian coach Cioaba Aristica

The Ghana Premier League outfit gave the marching orders to their local coach on Tuesday, and within hours news of the European’s arrival emerged
Former Ghana league champions Aduana Stars have parted ways with coach Herbert Addo and have appointed Romanian Cioaba Aristica in his stead.

Addo, who once guided the side to the title in the elite domestic league, is not happy with the situation and has recently been reported to have fallen out with management.

Aristica, according to Boss FM, will be arriving in the west African country by August 4 to seal his one-year renewable deal.

He owns Uefa license A and B diploma coaching certificates and another from the Romanian Federation.

The 39-year-old’s career has taken him to Morocco, Egypt and Jordan. His last job was at Jordanian club, Shabab Al-Ordon in 2010.