The Porcupine Warriors former boss has reiterated that he is currently better off coaching in the lower tier than taking up a role at a top club which lacks vision
Former Asante Kotoko coach Frimpong Manso has insisted that he is currently satisfied with his role as the head coach of Division One League side Nkoranza Warriors and not itching to take up a challenge in the top-flight.
The experience gaffer insists that several top-flight clubs lack proper structure and vision which will help an ambitious coach to achieve his aim.
“I don’t always consider the league a club I’m coaching plays in because many times I consider the vision the club that is seeking my help has before I join,” Manso told Otec FM.
“Many at times, some of the Division Two clubs [playing in the third tier] here in Ghana have better vision and are important than some of the clubs in the Premier League,” he added.
Manso would be hoping to do the unthinkable in Zone One by guiding Nkoranza Warriors to qualify to the Premier League ahead of Tamale City FC, B.A United, Bofoakwa Tano, Berekum Arsenals and even Techiman City FC.