Steve Polack, who is the head coach for Kumasi Asante Kotoko has received undiluted praises from in-form striker Saddick Adams.
The Englishman became the fourth coach to sit at the dug-out for the Porcupine Warriors after Michael Osei, Zdravko Lugarusic and Frimpong Manson had experienced their fair share of the spoils, but failed to turn things around.
The 56-year-old seemed to have found the remedy to the whirlwind blowing through the camp of the ‘Kum Apem Club’, leading them to pick their first silverware, the President Cup.
Since his arrival, he’s guided the team to four wins and three draws in the league.
However, Saddick, who has scored two goals so far since joining the team in the second half of the season did not minced words by extolling his coach for showing high technical and tactical acumen in the game.
“What he took me through in my first time at training shows he is a good coach,” Adams exclusively told Ultimate FM.
“He did not rush me into the game. He [Polack] took me through some exercises before making me join the first team.
“For me, he is one of the best coach. In my injury, he called me every day to check on me and some of the players who were also injured. He doesn’t take risk on players, if you are injured, he replaces you with equally good player.”
Asante Kotoko will play as guest to Inter Allies in a midweek encounter at the El-Wak Stadium on match day 22.
By: Ghana/Ultimatefmonline.com/106.9FM/Kofi Amoah