Ghana Premier League

Kotoko will win more trophies under Narteh Ogum – Amos Frimpong

Narteh Ogum has been re-appointed as Kotoko head coach

Former Asante Kotoko defender, Amos Frimpong has applauded the return of Dr Prosper Narteh Ogum as head coach of the club.

Narteh Ogum has been re-appointed as Asante Kotoko head coach after eleven months of leaving the club.

The former Black Galaxies assistant coach was re-named Asante Kotoko gaffer following the sacking of Burkinabe trainer Seydou Zerbo.

Seydou Zerbo was sacked in midway of the 2022/23 league season over poor performance with youth team coach Abdulai Gazale taking over for the rest of the season as interim.

And as part of preparation for the upcoming league season, Narteh Ogum has been given the head coach job for the second time.

Reacting to the appointment of Narteh Ogum as the substantive head coach, Amos Frimpong believes the return of the former WAFA tactician to Asante Kotoko is a good move following the wealth of experience he brings on board.

“The second coming of Prosper Narteh Ogum will be a good thing for Kumasi Asante Kotoko because, in his first coming, he did not have a lot of experience but he still managed to win the Premier League title,” he told Citi Sports.

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“Coming back again, I am pretty sure he has gathered a lot of experience. This time around he is going to work harder than the first time and aslo win a lot of trophies for the club.”

“A lot will be expected from him this time around, most of the players he worked with in his first stint are not there, so he’s going to work with different players this time around.”

“This will be a very good challenge for him, and I think the experience he has also gathered at the national side [Black Galaxies], will help him.”

“With all this, I think he is going to guide Asante Kotoko to more trophies.”

Prosper Narteh Ogum first joined Asante Kotoko before the start of the 2021/22 league season from West African Football Academy (WAFA).

He led Asante Kotoko to the league trophy that season before leaving the club after several issues with the immediate-past management team led by Nana Yaw Amponsah.

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