Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah has implored the fans of Asante Kotoko to be patient with new trainer Maxwell Konadu.
Maxwell Konadu officially returned to club duties when he inked a two-year deal with the Porcupine Warriors earlier this week on a two-year deal.
Speaking after his unveiling at Adako Jaachie yesterday, Kwesi Appiah, who worked with Maxwell Konadu at the national team urged the supporters to be patient with the new coach.
“I will advice the supporters exercise patience with Maxwell Konadu because Rome was not built in a day,” he told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM.
“The task ahead won’t be easy but I believe he will perform.
“Kotoko supporters are demanding but with patience, the ultimate would be achieved,” he concluded.
Maxwell Konadu will not be in the dugout when Kotoko lock horns against fiercest rivals Hearts of Oak in the President’s Cup on Sunday.
The 47-year old former Black Stars player is returning to Asante Kotoko after guiding them to a league title back in 2011 and has been tasked to repeat the feat he chalked eight years ago and qualify the club to the group stages of the CAF Champions League.