A coach’s duties in association football can vary depending on the level they are coaching at and the country they are coaching in, among other things. A coach’s primary goal in youth football is to assist players in the development of their technical skills, with an emphasis on game enjoyment and fair play rather than physical or tactical development. Governing bodies in various countries have made efforts in recent decades to overhaul their youth coaching structures with the goal of encouraging coaches to prioritize player development and enjoyment over winning matches.
Let’s get down to business after a brief explanation of coaching.
Maxwell Kwabena Konadu, head coach of Legon Cities FC, has expressed satisfaction with his team’s recent improved performances following an indifferent start to the 2021/22 Ghana Premier League.
The capital-based club had a slow start to their domestic campaign, with some surprise home defeats, but have since unleashed a run of positive results.
After a rocky start to the 2021/22 GHPL season, Legon Cities FC trainer Maxwell Konadu is hoping for a strong second round.
Maxwell Konadu lauded his newly assembled team’s recent run of matches following their recent 1-0 win over Kumasi-based King Faisal FC.
“We had a difficult start to the league. We assembled a new team, so it was always going to take time, but we’re getting there, and things will be better in the second round.
This is a crucial home game for us, and we will do everything in our power to win and finish the first round on a high note. We’re playing more like a team now because we talked to the boys and they clearly understand what we’re going for.
We’re not putting anything at risk right now. We’ll keep our system in place and hope for good fortune this afternoon.” – Maxwell Konadu following the King Faisal FC match.
Legon Cities FC was defeated at home by Accra Great Olympics FC and Asante Kotoko SC in a string of disappointing results after the first 16 league games of the season.