Prosper Narteh Ogun: Kotoko coach resigns from post

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The head coach of Asante Kotoko, Prosper Narteh Ogun, had reportedly resigned just 10 months after his appointment.

The 44-year-old manager is said to have tendered his resignation following a meeting with Kotoko’s management and board on Wednesday.

Ogun took charge of the Porcupine Warriors before the start of the 2021/22 season and completely transformed the club.

The former WAFA coach guided the Kumasi-based side to the Ghana Premier League title at the first attempt, ending their eight-year drought in the league in the process.

Although very little is known about why Ogun has decided to resign, Joy Sports reports that the club is bent on convincing him to rescind his decision.

Before joining Kotoko last September, he had an impressive spell with WAFA and led them to a respectable third-place finish in the Ghana Premier League.

Ogun had pledged to make the Porcupine Warriors one of the best clubs on the continent and was expected to lead them to next season’s CAF Champions League after winning the title.

The former WAFA coach guided the Kumasi-based side to the Ghana Premier League title at the first attempt, ending their eight-year drought in the league in the process.

Although very little is known about why Ogun has decided to resign, Joy Sports reports that the club is bent on convincing him to rescind his decision.

Before joining Kotoko last September, he had an impressive spell with WAFA and led them to a respectable third-place finish in the Ghana Premier League.

Ogun had pledged to make the Porcupine Warriors one of the best clubs on the continent and was expected to lead them to next season’s CAF Champions League after winning the title.