The acting coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko has described the Porcupine Warriors’ 2015/16 league campaign as unimpressive, after his side finished outside the top four.
Kotoko ended their campaign on 46 points, level with CAF Confederation Cup campaigners Medeama SC but with inferior goals’ difference, therefore placing fifth on the league log.
Speaking to Class Sports about his side’s dismal season, Osei said: “I will say it has not been a successful season because a team like Kumasi Asante Kotoko should be finishing higher than this, but these things happen sometimes in football. I have played at a very high level of the game and so I understand. What we have to do is to do better next season than we have done this season.
Osei took charge of the side when then head coach David Duncan was asked to step aside by management. Asked about his future with the club, he said: “I cannot say what the future holds because the future is not for us to control. However, if management and the board feel I am the best person to lead the technical team of the team of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, then I am fully ready.”