The race for the prestigious NASCO Coach of the Month for November has intensified, with four outstanding coaches nominated for their remarkable contributions to their respective teams in the Ghana Premier League.
Coach Christopher Ennin of Berekum Chelsea stands among the nominees, having steered his team to an impressive record of 4 wins and a draw in five matches during November. Notably, Ennin’s guidance led Berekum Chelsea to secure two consecutive away victories, showcasing their resilience and prowess on the road.
Another nominee, Coach Nurudeen Amadu, witnessed FC Samartex’s stellar home form in November. Under his leadership, the team notched 3 wins, experienced a single loss, and secured a draw in 5 matches, highlighting their dominance in front of their home crowd.
Nations FC, guided by Coach Kassim Mingle Ocansey, demonstrated an impressive performance throughout the month, clinching 4 wins and enduring just 1 defeat. Ocansey’s strategic acumen contributed to Nations FC’s commendable run in November.
Coach Tanko Ibrahim’s Accra Lions side also earned a spot among the nominees with a record of 3 wins, 1 draw, and 1 loss in their 5 games. Tanko’s coaching prowess played a pivotal role in Accra Lions’ competitive displays.
The stakes are high, with the ultimate winner set to receive a 43-inch NASCO television set from ElectroLand Ghana Limited, adding an extra layer of anticipation to the announcement. The accolade recognizes not only individual coaching brilliance but also the positive impact these coaches have had on their teams.
It’s worth noting that Coach Maxwell Konadu of Nsoatreman FC claimed the coveted award last month, further emphasizing the competitive nature of coaching excellence in the Ghana Premier League. As the football community eagerly awaits the unveiling of the November winner, the NASCO Coach of the Month remains a symbol of acknowledgment for the dedication and success of these tacticians in the realm of Ghanaian football.