Newly appointed coach of Sunyani-based Ghana National Division One Zone 1 League side Nsuatreman FC, Ransford Kudjo is eager to build on his sterling performance at Nea Salamina.
The young tactician nearly qualified Nea Salamina to the Ghana Premier League last season as they finished on top of the table before Eleven Wonders won a court case against Techiman City to overtake them.
Kudjo terminated his contract with Salamina less than two months ago and is ready to pull his magic at Nsuatreman FC which he officially joined on Thursday.
“I feel great to join Nsuatreman FC because I love the game and I always want to be on the touchline.” Kudjo told footbllmadeinghana.com
“This is a new club and I want to do more than what I did at Nea Salamina. I want to make the team play good football, win matches and get to the top level.”
The budding trainer who was arguably the best coach in the Ghana National Division One Zone 1 League last season also mentioned that his new club have what it takes to qualify to the Ghana Premier League this season.
“In fact, their chances of qualification were good until the deduction of points but all is not lost, if we manage to put that behind us I think we can still qualify.
“I have some good players at my disposal, all I need to do is to build them well.”