Former Ghana international Eric Bekoe has said his dream is to build a football academy where he will nature players on his philosophy for them to stand out wherever they go.
The former Asante Kotoko goal poacher has retired from active football and is these days honing his skills as a coach in the lower tiers of Ghana football.
Bekoe was tipped to reach the very top after proving himself in the Ghana Premier League, especially during his time with Kotoko.
But unfortunately, injuries got the better of Bekoe, forcing him to retire this year after being inactive for two years.
Bekoe, 35, is currently a coach and is passing on his football knowledge to youngsters at Division Two side, Nsawkawman FC.
Bekoe has been in the dugout for a month and a half following his appointment by Nsawkawman FC in early April and he is dreaming of bigger things.
“I want to build an empire on my own whereby I will have a team with my philosophy. Whenever you see my player you will know that he is from the camp of Eric Bekoe. So, we are on course,” he stated.