Former Asante Kotoko defender Isaac Owusu says Mr. Opoku Nti, ex- General Manager of the club denied him the opportunity to work for the club.
According to Owusu, injury situations which marred his career did not allow *him* to successfully *ends* his career at the club.
Owusu who was a member Ghana’s 1997 U-17 Black Starlets
*who* represented the country at the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Egypt, indicated that the only way he could pay the club back was to serve the Ghanaian giants after retirement, a dream he says was easily killed by Mr. Opoku Nti.
”I didn’t complete my career with Kotoko due to the injury I sustained at the training grounds,” he said on Ashh FM’s Super Sports.
“Opoku Nti prevented me from getting close to the Kotoko team when I had wanted to help the team with my experience during his reign,”
“I felt very bad when Opoku Nti told me on phone that he can’t give me the chance to work for the team when I called him..so it took away the love I have for the team because I was really hurt,”
”I had wanted to move to Europe through Kotoko but to no avail,”
He continued “Currently Osei Agyemang is the player I see with some of my qualities,”
Meanwhile, Ninja who currently serves as Division one league side Asokwa disclosed that it is his dream to coach Kotoko and Ghana’s senior national team [Black Stars] in future.
“I’m into Coaching now and is my biggest dream to Coach the Black Stars and Asante Kotoko one day,”
The stalwart defender featured for Asante Kotoko between the period of 1999-2005.