The Ghana Football Association will be forced to make changes to the technical team of the National women's football team, the Black Queens following the unceremonious departure of the head coach John Eshun.
Eshun is currently in charge of Burkinabe side, Asfa Yenega having already steered them to the second round of the CAF Champions league competition.
According to Joy Sports sources, John Eshun purportedly took up the Asfa assignment without informing the FA.
The FA now has to find a replacement for the coach before the start of the African Women's World Cup qualifying ca,paign.
The former Sekondi Eleven Wise coach only last year led the queens to the semi finals of the African women's championships in south Africa which they lost by a narrow 1-0 to Cameroon.
The queens are scheduled to begin the qualifying series for the 2007 women's world cup later this year.
John Eshun was in charge when Asfa Yenega beat Asante Kotoko 1-0 in Ouagadougou in a friendly encounter last week.