Athletics News of Wednesday, 30 December 2020
Supply: Ghana Soccernet
Former Black Stars mentor, James Kwasi Appiah has distanced himself from the Asante Kotoko vacant coaching position claiming “he is not prepared” to choose up the undertaking.
The Ghanaian giants are now seeking to switch Maxwell Konadu who was sacked as head mentor of the club about a fortnight back.
The Porcupine Warriors parted company with Konadu subsequent a disappointing 1- defeat to Accra Good Olympics in the Ghana Premier League.
However, Appiah, who is a legend of the club has been joined with the vacant coaching work but a close supply has explained to AshesGyamera.com that the former Black Stars trainer is not intrigued to get up the job.
“There is no way Kwesi Appiah will turn out to be the subsequent mentor of Asante Kotoko because he is actually not interested at the minute,” the resource said.
“Immediately after his agreement with Ghana expired, he made the decision to choose time off soccer and go away the scene for a while simply because he has been through a large amount.”
“Currently, he is doing other organizations which are demonstrating guarantees and it will be untimely to halt all the options and projections produced to come to be the successor of Maxwell Konadu.”
“Every little thing in this environment is doable but this comeback is hugely difficult. I feel Kotoko will glance somewhere else,” the supply included.
Assistant mentor Johnson Smith has since the dismissal of Maxwell Konadu taken more than as the interim mentor until eventually a substantive one is employed.
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