MOTOR Action head coach Joey Antipas has quit the Mighty Bulls following a spate of dreadful results.
Antipas tendered his resignation yesterday. He said his decision to resign was taken out of serious consideration following the poor performance of the team.
“Yes, I have resigned. In football when results are not coming, it’s the best thing to do.
“We have parted ways amicably and as for my next move, we will decide as a family,” Antipas who won the league title with the Mighty Bulls in 2010, said.
Motor Action director Eric Rosen could not be reached for comment, but his wife Liz, also a director of the club, said: “If you spoke with him and he said he has resigned, that’s fine. We cannot stop anybody from resigning especially when results are not coming. What do you think? In the second half, we were looking at the results and it was just bad.”
The Mighty Bulls are anchoring the league table with a paltry 14 points from 20 matches. They lost their previous match 2-0 to lowly Triangle at Motor Action Sports club last week.
They have won just three matches drawing five and losing 12.
Antipas resigned just a few days before the trip to Shabanie Mine on Saturday.
Although Liz could not be drawn into revealing who would step in, assistant coach David George is said to have taken over.