AshantiGold interim coach, Thomas Duah is bidding his time to be fully in charge of a Ghana Premier League side.
The 42-year-old – contracted as an assistant coach – has held the fort for the Miners since the departure of Romain Folz who left without management’s consent in May.
The Obuasi-based side reached the finals of the MTN FA Cup, losing to Hearts of Oak by 8-7 on penalties.
With the 2020/21 season over, AshantiGold are expected to appoint a new head coach for their next campaign and Duah believes he is qualified enough to guide the club when given the opportunity.
“Most people don’t know I started this coaching journey a long time now and I like to stay quiet on these things,” he told Happy FM.
“I began in 2008 and I think by then the best coach this season, Samuel Boadu had not started his coaching experience.
“I even acquired my Licence A certificate in 2012 so it’s a matter of time and the will from our employers. I handled King Solomon and Kessben FC as well.
“I’m in no rush to be a head coach. I’m qualified but I await the right time.”
Thomas Duah in his playing days, featured for AJ Auxerre and German sides FC Nurnberg and FC St. Pauli. The coach also featured in Ghana’s national teams as well.