Reports indicate that Hearts of Oak have parted ways with the head coach, Kosta Papic.
The Serbian trainer took over from Edward Odoom with the idea of changing the dwindling fortunes of the club.
In just three months, the 60-year-old has left the club.
The report indicates that Papic tendered his resignation letter following a crunch meeting with the board of directors on Monday.
The Serb was making his second coming after having a stint with the Phobians in 2008 where he left mid-way through the season.
Papic led the Rainbow club to 10 games in the 2020/21 Ghana premier league.
He recorded four wins three draws and three defeats.
Prior to his resignation, his assistant, Joseph Asare Bediako also left the club under the inexplicable circumstances.
Reports are also rife that the Phobians have made contacts with the ex-player of the club, Yaw Preko for the coaching role.
Preko is yet to confirm or deny the report of any contact from Hearts of Oak.
The club lies 11th on the league table with 17 points from 13 games.