By Patrick Akoto
Ex-Asante Kotoko trainer Telat Uzum wants to stage a return to the Ghanaian champions, declaring he has an â€˜unfinished businessâ€™ at the club.
The experienced Turkish coach is in Ghana on a scouting mission, eight years after leaving the Ghanaian giants.
The 51-year-old has been inactive on the touchline since he left relegated Ghanaian side Real Tamale United in 2010.
Uzum coach Kotoko in the 2006-2007 season but left after just a season in charge of the Porcupine Warriors.
The former Karlsruher SC and FenerbahÃ§e midfielder identified and nurtured ex-Kotoko midfielder Daniel Nii Adjei who went on become one of their finest players in recent times.
The highly-rated tactician says he ready to return to Kotoko to complete an â€˜unfinished businessâ€™.
â€œI am ready to come back to Kotoko because I have an unfinished business at the club,â€ he told GHANAsoccernet.com exclusively
â€œI had a wonderful one year stint with the club but could not achieve my ultimate objectives due to a number of reasons.
â€œI spent only a season at the club and I must admit itâ€™s one of the best moments of my coaching career.
â€œThe fans are great and amazing and will love to return to help contribute my quota to the success of the team.
â€œThe fans love me and I love them. They are one of the greatest in the world and it will be a delight to be part of that big family.
The astute coach flew from Turkey to watch Kotokoâ€™s Premier League clash against Hearts of Oak last Sunday at the Baba Yara stadium.
Current coach Mas-ud Dramani has remained coy over his long-term future at the club, which could prompt the Porcupine Warriors to consider the expatriate for the top position.