Kotoko named Dr. Narteh as new Coach after parting ways with Barreto
Kumasi Asante Kotoko has confirmed former WAFA Manager Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum as their new Head Coach on Sunday dawn after mutually parting ways with Mariano Barreto.
The club’s official Twitter account confirmed that Dr.Ogum has signed two years contract with the club and he is going to steer their affairs henceforth.
Kotoko started the 2020-2021 season with indigenous Coach, Maxwell Konadu, but sacked him after few bad results. They later appointed an expatriate, ex-Black Star Coach Mariano Barreto, who started on a good note but couldn’t win a trophy for the porcupines.
He granted radio interviews and made several allegations about how the club been managed unprofessionally.
Some of the revelations incurred the wrath of the supporters who called for his head.
The Club officially announced they have mutually parted ways with the Portuguese football manager. And subsequently announced his successor, Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum, ex WAFA manager.
He managed WAFA to finished third in the league last season.
Source: africaneditors.com/Raymond Karvi
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