Africa campaign needs consistency- Frimpong Manso Featured
10 May

Africa campaign needs consistency- Frimpong Manso

Former player for Asante Kotoko SC, Frimpong Manso has cautioned Asante Kotoko SC to be consistent within the local scene if they have any plan of competing in African Club Competition in the future.

The 59-year-old identifies that, keeping a standing team for about three seasons and adding quality to them is a sure mark of making progress in Africa.

Kumasi Asante Kotoko has over the years failed to make any significant progress in Africa and the former central defender reckons that the failure to replace gone players in the club has necessitated the club's struggles in Africa.

When speaking to Kessben FM, Frimpong Manso clearly stated that players will need to be satisfied in the club before any meaningful impact can be done by the club in Africa.

"If you want to conquer Africa, you need consistency. You have to win your home base league, maintain a consistent team squad, beef up with quality players. But in situations where you sell your good players and yet struggle to replace them, then it will lead to nowhere."

"For Kotoko to compete well in Africa, they need a standing team that have played together for at least, three seasons. By doing that, every player needs to be satisfied before a good results can be achieved in Africa," the ex-cornerstone defender said.

Asante Kotoko SC failed to make it out from the first knockout tie in the 2018 CAF Confederations Cup against Club Athletique Renaissance de Ainglo of Brazzaville, Congo.

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