Ex-France captain Marcel Desailly has ruled himself out of becoming the next Asante Kotoko Chief Executive but admits he is a dyed-in-the-wool fan of the club.
The Ghana-born believes the club lacks the requisite infrastructure and structures for him to step in and make a difference.
Asante Kotoko’s newly constituted board has been scanning the scene to appoint a CEO after the George Amoako-led team was disbanded weeks ago.
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”For sure I’m ready for our King but it’s not really like this. It’s more about a plan. We talk about infrastructure, Kotoko have been in the system since 1935 but don’t have a stadium of their own, proper structures, I cannot come at this stage,” he told Footballmadeinghana
”You need to be able to reach a certain stage before a guy like me can enter into the system.
”Otumfuo needs to educate the people he delegates more to do the work and do it correctly and make sure the club becomes a well-respected club.”
source: Ghana Soccer Net