The 1978 African Footballer of the Year is currently honing some promising talents for the society as he relishes to see them reach their full potentials in their playing career
Ghana legend Razak Abdul Karim says he is very proud to be grooming upcoming and talented football youngsters within his immediate environs for that has been his trait as a gaffer.
The 56-year-old has devoted his much precious time for the past two years in training some budding stars in his vicinity in order to bring the best out of them.
That notwithstanding, the Africa Cup of Nations winner says he wants to make sure that the society benefits from his technical knowledge, hence the need to help in grooming footballers for them to attain greater heights in their career endeavours.
” l am more than happy and proud to see these young and upcoming footballers undergoing some training rudiment under my care for a couple of years now, ” the former Black Star said to Herosportsgh.com
He continued: “l want the society to benefit from my coaching knowledge, hence the need to help in developing talents for their wards who yearn to become great footballers like myself in the near future,”
“You know coaching is like an innate thing in my system and l can’t let my knowledge on that go waste as l need to help by imparting it onto others.”
The ex-Asante Kotoko manager, who guided them to their first league title for a decade in 2003, has said he is ready to return to the dugout for his side after the departure of former coach, Paa Kwasi Fabin.
” I am always ready to return to Kotoko,” he affirmed when asked whether he could jump to the opportunity to manage the Kumasi-based club for the second time.
” I have played and coached Kotoko and if an opportunity avails itself for me to go back, l will quickly do so without thinking twice. The club has done a lot for me during my playing career and l always felt the thirst to pay them back with anything l have in me so far as the game is concerned in this country.”