By Prince Dulzy
Ex-Kotoko coach Isaac Opeele Boateng has SLAMMED Kotoko management over their decision to hire a technical advisor to support interim coach Michael Osei.
Michael Osei who took over from David Duncan after series of poor run, has seen his job come under scrutiny following a string of insipid results by the Porcupine Warriors.
There were rumours that Kotoko were planning to give Osei a permanent role as head coach after lifting the club to the top of the league table when he took over from Duncan, but his last four matches have been some what disappointing, drawing three and losing one, including a draw against the main rivals Hearts of Oak.
This poor run of form is what has prompted Kotoko to consider a technical advisor to assist the former player, according to Operations Manager George Kennedy.
But former coach of the club Isaac Opeele Boateng is strongly against the decision and says “it is bogus.”
“This is more than bogus because coaching is about philosophy which is not scientifically based that you can say one plus one will give you two,” he told Joy Sports.
“Philosophy is how the coach sees the game, you bring in a new coach or trainer for the person to dictate to him- especially when they have different ideologies- that will bring some problems in the team.
“And that is why Kotoko will go down, down and down, for me the problem is not Michael Osei but about that despicable politics whereby people fight for positions and they want people to leave where they are.”
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