Young Ghanaian tactician Umar Abdul Rabi has left his role as head coach of Medeama for a juicy Right to Dream Academy job in Egypt, can disclose.

The 37-year-old tendered his resignation letter to the Medeama officials right after the matchday 19 fixture against Real Tamale United at the Aliu Mahama Stadium on Monday night.

The Yellow and Mauves fought back to secure a vital point at the Aliu Mahama Stadium.

The home team shot into the lead through Mohammed Mankuyeli before Derrick Fordjour restored parity for the visitors.

Abdul Rabi was appointed assistant coach at the Mauves and Yellow in November 2021 and later became the head of the technical team following the exit of Samuel Boadu and his deputy Mohammed Obeng Hamza.

He led Medeama to a second-place finish in the Ghana Premier League after the 2021-22 campaign after taking over the head coach role.

The Tarkwa-based club is presently sitting in the 8th position on the league standings with 28 points after 19 matches with 8 wins, 4 draws, and 7 losses.

Medeama will announce a new head coach for the remainder of the 2022-23 campaign in the coming days.

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