Former head coach of Asante Kotoko, David Duncan says he will only a join a club that matches with his brand.
The controversial coach has been club-less since 2016 when the Opoku Nti led management asked him to step aside after losing to Aduana Stars a Dormaa in the match day six in the 2015/16 season of the Ghana Premier League.
Duncan is among the best coaches in the country but he will only join a club that matches with his brand.
“I can’t just join any club.” He told Empire FM. “I left Kotoko almost a year now and many clubs came calling me but I look at myself first, and I realized the clubs didn’t match my stature and brand”.
“I don’t know why some managers do that but maybe its personal, you see some of them dropping from a premier league club to division one after they are sacked.
“It doesn’t help your pedigree, look at Mourinho after leaving Chelsea he waited for a Manchester United which matches his stature but someone like Rafael Benitez decided to drop low to Newcastle United after leaving Real Madrid and you know the difference” Duncan added.