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Women’s Premier League head coach Asrat Abate took over the men’s side following the resignation of Seyoum Kebede after eighteen months on the hot seat. Considering Asrat’s lack of experience as a footballer and men’s team coach, football fans think the team is very unlikely to survive relegation at the end of the season.

The team has suffered ten defeats, four draws and has just two wins in sixteen matches to stay camped at bottom of the table with ten points. Many expected Seyoum to get sacked at the end of the first round so that  whoever came to try their luck would have time to prepare the team during that four month break. But Seyoum stayed at the helm and was handed a humiliating 1-0 home defeat to Hawassa Town. Then, two days later he submitted his resignation and the club dully accepted.

With two foreign players from West Africa on the squad and a blank sheet to sign any one he believes good enough, Asrat’s priority is helping the side survive relegation. But some critics believe the new boss is hardly in a position to help Addis Ababa Town survive the free fall to the National League after just a single season at the upper tier. Nevertheless the former Dedebit women’s team coach who narrowly missed the African Women’s nations’ Cup final after a defeat to mighty Ghana promised the Capital City’s football flag ship will not go down as long as he has full support from the club officials. Asrat Abate’s debut match is against Gebremedin Haile led and relegation threatened Jimma AbaBunna today.