The former Tema Youth boss whose newly-promoted team are making the headlines in the Ghanian top flight is aiming at sweeping the best coach of the 2012-13 league award
The head coach of Amidaus professionals Tony Lokko has told Goal.com Ghana that he wants to be the best coach at the end of the 2012-13 season.
The debutants have had a great campaign in the league so far as they lie fourth with 27 points, same points with Aduana Stars and Kumasi Asante Kotoko who lie second and third respectively.
Amidaus Professionals have managed to pick points from all the big teams in the league since their arrival this season.
“I want to perform well in the league and it is also my hope to win the coach of year award," Lokko said.
“If I am able to place in the first six in the league people would know what I am capable of doing,” Lokko who led the Tema side from the Division One League to the elite division said.