Former head coach of Sudanese club, Al-Khartoum Watani, Emmanuel Amuneke, has formally parted ways with the club after both parties put pen to paper to end their 5-month romance which started last November, can confirm authoritatively.

Amuneke had left the club earlier this month due to unpaid salaries but was keen to see all backlog of his monies and arrears settled before leaving the Sudanese capital.

The club’s official statement, which was made available to reads:

“Agreement reached between Khartoum National Sport Club (first party) and Head coach Emmanuel Amuneke (second party), to mutually terminate the professional coaching contract signed between them.

“Taking into consideration with full understanding, the club certifies that the coach has no obligations towards it and the coach certifies that the club has no obligations towards him. This is considered as final statement between the two parties.”

The former U-17 world Cup-winning coach was given a mandate last November to bring continental football to the Khartoum-based club and he left the club fourth on the log after 11 games, one place shy of a continental spot.