Out-gone Asante Kotoko head coach, Prosper Narteh Ogum has bid an emotional farewell to the club in a four paragraph release after vacating his role few months after last season’s glory.
The 44 year old was appointed to lead the Porcupine Warriors prior to the start of last season after he’s had an impressive spell with Sogakope-based side West African Football Academy.
He defied all odds, fend off huge criticisms to win the Ghana Premier League for the Reds to halt their almost eight year drought.
As the team prepares towards defending their title and making a strong case in the CAF Champions League this time, it was rumoured the Educationist is most likely to step down, having fully exhibited his unwillingness to continue in Kumasi.
Couple of days ago, he officially tendered in his resignation letter to the management of the club to confirm his departure.
However, Prosper Narteh has this morning inked a heartfelt message to the entire Kotoko fraternity expressing gratitude to them for the believe and confidence bestowed I’m him to take the team to the highest echelon most especially the grand owner, His Royal Majesty, Otumfour Osei Tutu II.
He also recalled that, first time victories at Dormaa, Tarkwa and Sogakope was really a memorable one and made them felt like champions.
Below is the full message:
Credit to Idriss Abdul Rahim