The 38-year-old who played for the Ghanaian champions in the late 80s says he can work in any capacity for the Porcupine WarriorsFormer Asante Kotoko player Michael Osei says he can cope with the pressure at the club should his imminent move materialise.
The 38-year-old who played for the Ghanaian champions in the late 80s currently works as the assistant coach at New Edubiase United. Osei played in Germany, Turkey and Venezuela before he retired six years ago.
The former Black Stars striker told Radio XYZ that working for Kotoko will come with nothing new to his ambition.
“Definitely there will be pressure; we all know that Kotoko is a big club, the fans will always want to see the team in a winning streak but once I want to move on I know there will be more challenges but am not afraid,” he said..
The former Mainz 05 and Frankfurt striker added: “I have played the game before and have passed through all forms of pressure.”
"It is normal to see pressure at a big club so I do not have any problem having played the game before and knowing what goes with it.”
Osei started his coaching profession at the youth side of Frankfurt three years ago before joining to Edubiase as assistant two seasons back.