Kotoko boss Konadu revels in non-interference

Published on: 19 April 2012

Asante Kotoko boss Maxwell Konadu says non- interference from the club’s top hierarchy has accounted for their  impressive surge in the Ghana Premier League.

The Kumasi-based club has lost a match since they went down 1-0 at All Stars three months ago.

They beat rivals Hearts of Oak 2-1 to inch closer to their 22nd League title with six games remaining and the 40-year-old has attributed their fine form to the leadership qualities of the Executive Board Chairman.

“The most important factor which has contributed immensely to the current good form of the club is because no one interferes with my work as the head coach, not even the chairman,” Konadu told Sunyani-based Storm FM.

"I have been embarking on programmes which I think would help the club and I have been given the free hands to do this and I believe it’s helping a lot.

"From the recruitment stage to the selection of my team and even, I have been given the free rom to operate without any hitches or hindrance,”

Kotoko will play Mighty Jets in Accra on Saturday.


  • Fresher
    says: 7 years ago
    That is the mark of a club with good management setup and professional outlook. Faaaabulous! The pace-setters. Faaaaabulous! We initiate and the phobians immitate.
  • Terror
    says: 7 years ago
    We are the fabulous club, we lead by example and others follow
  • joe atiso
    says: 7 years ago
    Ghanasoccernet, please edit your stories to avoid embarrassment. The Kumasi based club has lost a match since they went down, should have been "has not lost" a match. This is too obvious to be missed by such a popular site.In addition, "free rom" should have read "free room", please take note!
  • Gunshot
    says: 7 years ago
    Hmm. Gsn de3 mistakes nkoaa. Wey skuul ur editor go. Maybe he go the skuul of the blind. Oh no.
  • Steve
    says: 7 years ago
    Look at the chicken hearted Kotoko fans. When we are in tatters you can't revenge your 4-0 beatings you received from us. When the scales turn, it will be 5 straight. PHOOOBIA! We are the pace setters, when the Confederation Cup beckoned us to its virginity we were men enough to walk into your bedroom, BABAYARA to teach you a lesson by asking you to stand aside whilst we do 'the thing.'
  • danratty
    says: 7 years ago
    i pray it goes like dis for a very long tym.
    says: 7 years ago
    gARGANTUAN FABULOUS BOI'S,eyeeeeeeeeekooooooo says "EVER LESS FAMOUS MONDAY STARS,"hearts of oaks" of the 2011/2012 GPL season"under the nue learning coach{C.K.AKUNNOR}