Black Stars assistant coach Maxwell Konadu says his experience at the 2014 FIFA World Cup has enriched his CV as a coach.
According to the former Asante Kotoko coach, being at the World biggest football event has augmented his career as a professional coach after finding himself in the dugout with the Black Stars in Brazil.
The 2011 Ghana best coach award winner made his maiden appearance at the World Cup when he assisted former Ghana coach Kwasi Appiah at the tournament in Brazil where the Black Stars failed to qualify out of the group stages of the competition.
“My career as a coach I think it was good. For me my CV has been enriched by going to the World Cup,” Konadu told TV3 network.
“Taking part in the World Cup was really good for me. The experience and everything about it was good for me”.
His experience in Brazil has perk-up his coaching profession hence will be hoping to get such more opportunities in other to build upon his career.
The astute football tactician handled four out of the six AFCON qualifying games of the Black Stars.
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