Ex-coach of Bechem United Vicenzo Alberto Annesse has expressed interest in the vacant coaching job of Asante Kotoko.
The coaching position of Kotoko is currently vacant following the resignation of Paa Kwesi Fabin last week.
The Italian coach, who left Bechem United for Palestinian side Ahli Al-Khaleel in 2017 believes the Porcupine Warriors job provides him with an opportunity to lead a top club.
Paa Kwesi Fabin relinquished his position as coach of the Reds after seven months in charge and there are reports that he is joining a South African club.
Meanwhile, with the job readily available, Vicenzo Annese has stated his readiness to do the job.
“I have ambitions to coach Asante Kotoko because it is a big club not only in Ghana but also in Africa,” he told Happy FM.
“So, it is an important club in Ghana, the same as Hearts of Oak. Kotoko have not won the league for some time now so I am ready for the Kotoko job.”
“So we (Kotoko and himself) can collaborate with each other so that I can come to Kumasi to coach Kotoko.”
“When I left Ghana, I went to Palestine Premier League before moving to Indonesia so I think I’m ready.”
The 33-year-old was recently with Indonesian side PSIS Semarang.