Yesterday’s defeat to Elmina Sharks, has triggered some panic reactions among top officials of the club.
This may exonerate those of the opinion that an expatriate is critically needed, to steer the affairs of the club in the dugout.
As reported earlier, some board members have began the search for a new coach, with a German coach being approached.
The game against Elmina Sharks, was marked with some tactical decisions that did not sit well with top officials and the entire supporters.
Before this latest defeat, Kotoko’s home defeat to ES Setif in the Confederation Cup, coupled with an average performance in the super clash against Accra Hearts of Oak, sparked the conversion about his tactical approach to games including selection.
Fresh reports state that, the search for a new head coach has intensified after yesterday’s loss in Elmina.
An expatriate coach is the choice of many Kotoko officials, but a local coach may have to impress beyond the bar, before he could land the job.
Coach Johnson Smith, per the present situation, may not lead the team in the second round of the league as the main boss.
He may have a point to prove in outstanding games against Bechem United and King Faisal, but that may not alter plans to bring another tactician in the dugout.
If not satisfied, coach Johnson Smith may opt for an exit.
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