Addis Ababa Ketema coach Seyoum Kebede has resigned from his post at the capital city club today.
The renowned coach took the helm of the club at the start of the 2015/16 season Ethiopian Higher League campaign following his departure from Yemeni league outfit Al-Wehda Sana’a.
Seyoum guided Addis Ababa Ketema to their maiden Ethiopian Premier League. Nonetheless, a series of unimpressive results saw theme being last in the 16 teams’ topflight league. The former Kidus Giorgis and Ethiopian national team coach expressed in his resignation letter that he do not reckon he holds the capacity to save the club from relegation. Seyoum has a contract till the end of the season but opted to part ways days after the resumption of the league. His charges lost a home game in week 16 against Hawassa Ketema on Sunday.
Seyoum firmly stated his gratitude towards the club board for the support he receives during his 1 and half year stay at the club. Seyoum was an ex Kidus Giorgis and Ethiopian national team player. He was the assistant trainer when Ethiopia played the 2013 African Cup of Nations.