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Asante Kotoko coach Maxwell Konadu enjoyed meeting Sunderland boss Martin O'Neil

Posted: 28 February 2012 Time: 13:37

Asante Kotoko coach Maxwell Konadu says he has gained a lot of confidence from his meeting with Sunderland boss Martin O'Neil recently.  

The former Ghana striker spend two weeks on attachment at Sunderland and says the opportunity to meet and observe one of the most highly rated managers in the premiership has worked magic for his confidence.

Kotoko are in an international partnership agreement with Sunderland and Kondadu says his trip there to observe the workings of O'Neil has been helpful.

"It was more or less orientation that the manager gave me. He made me to believe in myself and do what I want. I am more confident in myself than I was previously. They just need to give us time and we would build this club into a really strong one," the Kotoko boss said.

Kotoko have been in fine form since the start of the Glo season winning two tricky games against Medeama SC away from home and Liberty Professionals in Kumasi. 

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posted: 11:41 pm
It is funny that this ex-Kotoko striker turned coach is being called Guardiola....the type of football Kotoko are playing this season is really impressive. I pray that he is allowed to continue by the Board to build Kotoko to be the great team she used to be. I believe in you Mr Maxwell Konadu. Kudos to the young lads as well. Wo Kum Apem a Apem beba! FABU! The Best!!
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