The Chief Executive Officer(CEO) of newly promoted Ghana Premier League side Bofoakwa Tano, Alex Ababio has revealed that the club’s decision to recruit Frimpong Manso as its new gaffer is due to his experience.
The Sunyani club last week confirmed the appointment of Frimpong Manso as their new head coach. The decision to name Manso was taken since they could not have coach Fuseini Abubakar as head coach in their dugout.
The Ghanaian gaffer is without a CAF A License certificate, asuch can not lead the team in the top-flight competition.
Fuseini Abubakar successfully guided the team to regain their spot in next season’s Ghana Premier League after a lengthy spell in the Division One League.
In an interview on Happy FM, Bofoakwa’s CEO praised Manso’s impressive track record and vast experience both on and off the field and acknowledged that the inclusion of coach Manso brings a wealth of managerial experience to the technical team.
He further stated that despite bringing a wealth of managerial experience to the team, coach Manso is also familiar with the terrain and is not a new face to the people of Sunyani.
Alex Ababio emphasized the club’s target to retain their position in the Ghana Premier League after an absence of 16 years, the reason for coach Frimpong’s appointment. He indicated that the team will still keep the core of the team going into next season.
Coach Manso, a former Ghana international, previously managed several clubs, including Nkoranza Warriors, Asante Kotoko, and Eleven Wonders, among others.
Bofoakwa Tano hope to make a strong case and impression in the upcoming season, with the appointment of Stephen From Manso.
He previously managed Karela United FC, Asante Kotoko SC, Nkoranza Warriors SC, Asokwa Deportivo and Kenpong Football Academy.
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