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    ‘Maxwell Konadu will succeed at Kotoko’ – Coach Prince Owusu

    Former Head Coach of Medeama Sporting Club, Prince Owusu, has backed Maxwell Konadu to enjoy a successful campaign with Asante Kotoko in his second stint with the club.

    Konadu led the Porcupine Warriors to a Ghana Premier League title in his first spell in the 2011/2012 season and is expected to repeat the feat in the upcoming campaign.

    Owusu, who worked as an assistant to Konadu in Ghana’s U-20 team believes his former colleague has the temperament and knowledge required to win.

    “If you want to talk about 5 of the best coaches in Ghana, Maxwell Konadu will fall in there.” He said in an interview with Citi Sports.

    “So if he gets a job at Kotoko to coach, definitely he can take the pressure.”

    “He will do his best and his best will be enough for the Asante Kotoko fans.”

    In June 2012, Maxwell Konadu resigned as manager of  Asante Kotoko after leading the club to their 22nd league title and securing qualification to the 2013 CAF Champions League.

    He returned as manager in December 2019 and is expected to lead the club’s for a 24th league title as well as the CAF Champions League.

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