General Manager of Asante Kotoko, Opoku Nti has announced the decision of newly-appointed head coach, David Duncan, not to manage any other First Capital Plus Premier League side.
The former Olympics coach was hired by the Kumasi based club to help the side elevate themselves from the bottom half of the league table. According to Opoku Nti, Duncan signed a two-year deal with the ‘Porcupine Warriors’ and remains adamant Kotoko will be his last club in Ghana.
“I have been talking with Duncan behind closed doors and we talk about many things. I am not surprised he joined Asante Kotoko because from what he told me you can see he is a passionate lover of the club,” Opoku Nti told Happy FM in an interview on Friday.
“The only thing I am surprised about is that he said he would not coach any team in Ghana after Kotoko. He said he had no intentions of coaching another local club after Kotoko and that was a surprise to me.”
Duncan is expected to help Kotoko regain their glory following the Clubs dwindling fortunes in the First Capital Plus Premier League.
The astute Ghanaian tactician has chalked success with Premier League sides Great Olympics, Sekondi Hasaacas, Ashanti Gold and Hearts of Oak on the domestic scene.
The 51-year-old also had a short stint with South African outfit Free State Stars.
By: Thierry Nyann/citifmonline.com/Ghana