Sports News of Wednesday, 25 February 2015
Ex-Hearts of Oak trainer David Duncan has told DailySoccerGhana.com that he would only accept the Porcupine Warriors coaching role once he is assured of the needed support and structures to excel at the club.
The Chief of Staff of Manhyia, Kwame Aboagye on Monday agreed to the proposed appointment of David Duncan during a meeting with Executives of the Kotoko National Circles Council (NCC), but first expects the Board to settle current Coach Masud Dramani’s exit amicably.
“Why not? I am a professional and I work anywhere that I think I will get the needed support and everything points to the fact that I will have a very congenial atmosphere and the structures are available for me to work there, why not?,” Duncan told DailySoccerGhana.com in an exclusive interview.
Coach David Duncan has not coached since the start of the season. The former Free State Stars trainer supervised Great Olympics’ pre-season training after leaving Hearts of Oak in 2013.