Cameroon coach Arie Haan has resigned on Friday over what he described as a difference of opinion over the way he should undertake his duties.
The 58-year-old Dutchman has left after just six months and two matches in charge of the African side.
“It is ridculous that I would have to live in Cameroon while all my players are in Europe,” Haan told Reuters.
“I felt I did a lot in a short time but the officials did not understand the direction,” he said in a telephone interview from Germany.
“I felt it was better to quit. The organisation has been extremely poor.”
Haan also criticised the planning for next week’s friendly against Togo in Lome.
He said the plan for the players to assemble in Paris on Tuesday then fly to Togo for the match the following day were “ridiculous.”
“That’s not the way to run a football team,” he said.