The hardworking defender believes his experience as a player is enough to guide him to support the Porcupine Warriors as they embark on a long term project.
Eboue however indicated that he will not bother coaching the youth side of Kotoko is he’s called upon because of his project as a youth ambassador on the continent.
“Yes I am interested in coaching Asante Kotoko because I love the club. I have been following the club for a long time because they had some Ivorian players like Ahmed Toure and Ben Adama,” Eboue told Oman FM in Accra.
“I don’t have enough experience as a coach and will even love it if I am to handle the youth side so that we can all learn together.
“If I am handed the senior team I’ll take it but like I said, I don’t have enough experience so if I am to work with a team, that will be fine with me.”
The Asante Kotoko coaching job has been vacant following the resignation of Paa Kwesi Fabin a fortnight ago with reports that former Black Stars skipper C.K. Akunnor is set to be named the next head coach of the side.
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