Former CEO of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Jarvis Peprah has lauded the sacking of Dzravko Lugarusic, tagging it as a timely intervention.
The avid Kotoko enthusiast bemoaned the poor performance the team has been exhibiting in their games and holds that the coach was ultimately to be held responsible for those outputs.
Speaking on Happy FM’s Anopa Bosuo Sports, the finance expert and astute football administrator asserted that the coach had no direction for the team’s play.
“I’m very happy with Lugarusic’s sack and I think it’s a timely intervention for the club. The team hasn’t been playing well and all boils down to the tactics of the coach. In fact you could see clearly from yesterday’s game that we didn’t have a good coach. Our striker [Yakubu] was caught off-side several time and the coach did nothing about it and Christopher Bonney was marauding the left flank of Kotoko’s defense at will and the coach did nothing to salvage the situation.” Jarvis Peprah told Happy FM.
Management of Asante Kotoko sacked Croatian trainer Dzravko Lugarusic on Sunday after eleven games where he won five, drew four and lost two.