Inter Allies boss wants coaches to have say in player recruitment

Comments
The Eleven is to One manager has called on club proprietors to involve coaches in the recruitment of players

Inter Allies coach Prince Owusu says Ghana Premier League club owners should provide coaches the opportunity to take their decisions in player recruitment in order to help them achieve success.

Owusu charges held Asante Kotoko to a goalless draw in Kumasi on Sunday, although he claims he lacked the right players to perfectly execute his game plans.

“I want to talk about something now and I think this season everybody should listen carefully. We have to talk to our club owners that they should do the best thing. The best thing they have to do is to allow coaches they have appointed to have the powers to do their own recruitment. They should not interfere,” Owusu said.

“The Kotoko coach [Dzravko Logarusic] wants to play a certain 3-5-2 system but he doesn’t have the players to execute it perfectly. He is currently facing difficulties and supporters have been blaming him despite leading the league table.

Article continues below

“It is not good because he was not involved in the players brought in and those that left. A similar thing is happening at Hearts of Oak right now as we speak.

“The clubs' leaderships finished recruitment before they brought on board the coach and when such things happen, such coaches have no choice than to use the players available which always make the work very difficult for them,” he added.

Allies are 13th on the log with ten points and will host Berekum Chelsea on Wednesday.

Next article:
Grade 1 or grade 2 - Davies hopes to return in time for AFF Championship
Next article:
Liga MX transfer news: The latest rumors and chisme in Mexican soccer
Next article:
Villa boss Smith: Humble Terry showed up early for with his pencil case ready!
Next article:
How Malaysia could line-up against Kyrgyzstan
Next article:
Ramos wants Spain to believe in Enrique's team
Close