Previous Orlando Pirates mentor Kosta Papic is in the work market in the wake of heading out in different directions with a club in Ghana.
Papic delivered his renunciation at Hearts of Oak, just as goalkeeper mentor Ben Owu, because of the group's conflicting outcomes.
Papic was selected in December, after Hearts of Oak downgraded mentor Edward Odoom. The previous Kaizer Chiefs began with a 3-0 triumph against Dreams FC, however they as of late went on a run of three matches without a success.
In the 10 matches he was in charge, Papic enlisted four successes, three draws and three misfortunes.
In a proclamation delivered by Hearts of Oak, Papic said he was leaving for individual reasons, yet results additionally assumed a part in the choice.
"My reasons are halfway close to home, likewise for the way that (I) am not getting the ideal and required outcomes and I have no expectation that it will change," Papic said.
Having been in South Africa before he left for Ghana, Papic could take a gander at making a re-visitation of PSL football.
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