Black Stars Coach Kwasi Appiah is urging Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko to maintain some level of consistency in their technical direction.
“I am not saying that when they stick to one coach they will win but the bottom line is they’ve kept changing for all these years and it has yielded no results so why do you stick to something that doesn’t bring any result?.
“When you change a coach, you need to have time for the coach to prepare the team but let’s be frank do Kotoko and Hearts of Oak have time for that? It’s a big no,” he told Starr Sports.
The two biggest clubs in Ghana are always in the news for the constant sack of their head coaches. In the span of 15 years Asante Kotoko has changed a number of 22 coaches while Hearts of Oak has done same in the past 12 years.
Kwasi Appiah opines it’s about time Hearts and Kotoko learn to build their teams with a single coach.
“When it comes to Kotoko and Hearts Of oak, the [penchant for] changing coaches has been with them for years.
“It is important they take a look at this behaviour and rather stick to one coach and give him a longer time frame like 2 or 3 years and see what he can do instead of the rampant changes,” he noted.