Medeama hires former Berekum Chelsea coach
The former Berekum Chelsea trainer will be in charge of affair of Medeama for the next two years, after sealing a deal with the Mauve and Yellow late Monday.
Pluym, 65, is tasked with winning the Premiership and challenging for laurels in other competitions.
He is expected to lead Medeama in their first continental journey when the Confederation of African Football (CAF)’s Confederations Cup competition gets underway.
Pluym who previously supervised Berekum Chelsea’s impressive maiden outing in the CAF Champions League has had a stint with Kpando Hearts of Lions.
The move means Evans Adotey, reverts to his former position as the assistant coach despite guiding the team to their first silverware in three years.
Pluym parted ways with Berekum Chelsea, days after their abortive Premiership campaign, citing dissatisfaction with the general work ethics of the former champions.