Veteran Ghana Coach, J.E. Sarpong, has expressed his dissatisfaction towards President of the Ghana Football Association, Kurt Okraku, for comments he made about Ghanaian coaches.
According to the former manager of Aduana Stars FC, there’s a vast difference between the past and the current crop of coaches.
Mr Okraku had stated at the recently held 29th GFA ordinary Congress held at KNUST that, coaching and refereeing are the biggest problems of Ghana football.
However, in an Interview on Angel TV, Coach Sarpong indicated that the GFA President shouldn’t classify all coaches as the major problem in our football but rather the current crop of coaches we have.
“I am not part of the coaches he is talking about, my class mates are gone. The likes of Sam Arday, Coach Afrane were my seniors. I studied under them and was able to follow their footsteps,” he told Fatty Skinny, host of the Angelsportslive show recently.
He said: “In our time, we didn’t have the opportunity to use laptops and phones like the current crop of coaches but we were achieving results because, things that went into getting the coaches were perfect.
“Who among the current crop of coaches can match Arday and Duodu,” he questioned.