Isaac Opeele Boateng not bitter over Ghana U17 assistant coach axing
By Rahman Osman
Acid-tongue coach Isaac Opeele Boateng says he is not bothered to lose his job as Ghana U17 assistant coach.
The former Asante Kotoko and King Faisal coach was deputy to Paa Kwesi Fabin at the 2013 Africa Junior Championship in Morocco but he was not retained the Ghana FA reviewed the team’s poor showing.
Boateng is likened to Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho because of his mind games, has been replaced by Nuruudeen Amadou, former Wa All Stars coach.
“I’m very happy and ok with my sack or relieve as the assistant coach of the Black Starlets,” the 36-year-old posted on his Facebook page.
“I duly cherish the opportunity the GFA offered me. It is an experience no coaching course could offer me.
“I’m only 36 years and in no rush and not bothered by media reports to provoke. i appreciate your prayers and support!.”
Boateng is now a pundit for the Multimedia Group Limited where he featured on Asempa FM and the sports channels on Multi TV.