Former Arsenal player Eboue expresses interest in Kotoko

Former Arsenal and Ivorian defender, Emmanuel Eboue has told Kumasi based Ashh FM that his biggest dream is to coach Ghana Premier League side, Kumasi Asante Kotoko.

The former Ghana Premier League champions are currently in search for a new gaffer following the unexpected resignation of Paa Kwesi Fabin.

However, reports have emerged that former Deams FC and Ashgold trainer C.K Akunnor is the front-runner for the job, while former Aduana Stars coach Yusif Abubakar has also been mentioned as a possible choice.

“I will be very happy if I coach Kotoko’s youth team. That is my dream. I want to tender in my CV at the club, Eboue told Ash FM.

“I want to change the fortunes of Kotoko youth set-up.

“I know Kotoko for long when I was playing for Arsenal and also know how the fans react if they lose match at home. I can stand any pressure,” he added.

“Ghana has so many talents but how to use them has been a problem,” he deduced.

Eboue spent seven years with Arsenal, between 2004 and 2011.

Kotoko is the most successful club in the history of the Ghana Premier League, having won the title on 23 occasions.

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