Ghana's No. 1

Bechem United name stop-gap coach

Published on: 19 October 2011

By Gideon Kwame Boateng

Premier League side Bechem United have appointed assistant coach Nana Andy Senason as stop-gap.

The club had to make technical changes after Miloslav Bogdanovic resigned on Monday.

Senason has been an apprentice at the club and was assistant to the Serbian.

''Nana Andy Senason knows our team well. He has been working with us when the team was in Division One,'' CEO Kingsley Osei Bonsu told Angel FM

"He has what it takes to maintain our status in the Premier League."

The ex-Bofoakwa and All Blacks player faces a difficult in his first official match against an in-form Kotoko side at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday.

Senason was a member of the Eleven Wise technical team which secured promotion to the top flight three seasons ago.

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