Maxwell Konadu, the former assistant coach of the Black Stars, has revealed that he was drawn to the Nsoatreman FC project, which influenced his decision to join the club over other offers from South Africa and Uganda.
After departing Legon Cities at the end of the Ghana Premier League campaign, Konadu had several options on the table but was swayed by the infrastructure and investment made by Nsoatreman FC, a club based in Nsoatre.
During his unveiling, the experienced coach expressed his satisfaction with the opportunity and described it as a step in the right direction.
“I was pleased when Hon. Baffour Awuah called me to take up the Nsoatreman FC job. Truth be told, I had several offers but I was convinced with the infrastructure and the investment he has made”
He further revealed that he discussed the move with close friends, family, and others, and they collectively agreed that joining Nsoatreman FC was a positive career move.
“I discussed the move with friends, family and other people and we thought it was a step in the right direction, so I accepted to join the club” he said.
Maxwell Konadu boasts a wealth of coaching experience, having served as an assistant with the Ghana senior national team from May 2012 to March 2019 and again from September 2021 to February 2022. He was also the assistant coach when the Black Meteors team triumphed in the All African Games in 2011.
Throughout his career, he has managed various clubs, including Wa All Stars, Asante Kotoko, and Legon Cities, and his new journey with Nsoatreman FC is anticipated to be an exciting chapter in his coaching endeavors.