Former Asante Kotoko star Frimpong Manso insists the club needs proper plans to be able to restore its glory days.
In an interview, he implored the newly appointed board to develop a medium and long term plan for players recruited into the team.
According to him, the porcupine Warriors have failed to live up to expectations in recent years due to lack of consistency and has advised them to develop a plan that will see players staying in the club for long.
The ex- Ghana international who played for eight successive seasons for Asante Kotoko mentioned that the team had consistency because many of the players played together for a good number of years but the same thing can’t be said today.
“The players should be made to sign a minimum of three -year contract, and depending on performance, the contract should be extended or abrogated. They should not recruit players just for the sake of recruitment. Only tried and tested players should be recruited” he said.