Coach Steve Pollack has picked his job at Kumasi Asante Kotoko as the most challenging in his career despite chalking positive results in his early days at the club.
Pollack, 56, was announced as the new head coach of the Porcupine Warriors in May and his arrival has implanted optimism and self-belief in the playing body, a development which has seen the club pull the plugs on their ailing fortunes on the pitch.
Under his guidance, Kotoko has chalked very important results in the league and have moved from rank outsiders to title chasers.
The former King Faisal and Berekum Chelsea Coach made this disclosure plus others in an exclusive interview with “Empire FM’s Julius Abakah Emunah on Sports Today”.
Steve Pollack explained, “It is very tough, it’s the biggest challenge ever in my career and as I have always said I didn’t think twice about taking up this coaching role. It’s not an easy task to coach not only the biggest club in Ghana but one of the biggest in Africa as well”.
The 56 year old speaks about life at Kotoko so far in the audio link below.