Mohammed Gargo has given his first interview as Nsoatreman FC manager, speaking candidly to Nimdie FM in Sunyani.
The newly-promoted Ghana Premier League side, Nsoatreman FC appointed Mohammed Gargo as new head coach of the side.
Coach Gargo replaces coach Boniface Ayipah who secured a historic qualification into the Ghanaian top flight from the just-ended Division One League.
The club have been on a mission to appoint a new trainer for their maiden Premier League appearance after coach Ayipah fell short of top-flight credentials.
Gargo, the former Ghanaian international who holds almost twelve years coaching experience is expected to shine with the club in the GPL and he seems eager to get to work as quickly as possible.
He has expressed readiness and happiness to be on the flanks for the GPL new boys for their maiden GPL appearance.
Speaking in an interview with Nimdie FM, he said: “You know already that all the teams I handled were able to play. It was through the knowledge we acquired from abroad and I still want to extend it to the youth because it is type of the European football that gives money.
“As for me I always want to coach the young ones so that they won’t find things difficult when they get the opportunity to reach the highest level. I am bringing the knowledge we acquired from 1991 and the chance we had to play in Europe to Sunyani because the owner has discussed the project with me. I accepted and I am that type of coaches. As far as we want the team to stay in the league and perform well we need to develop them so that they can move forward in football.
“I am fine with everyone and I am happy to serve people like this because when you are working with someone who is having the team at heart, it will help you to find things simple. Is only one or two things that need to be done so that everything will be fine when I start,” Gargo stated.
After his playing career, Gargo started the job as coach in February 2010 with New Edubiase United. He trained the club of the Poly Tank Division One League until summer 2010. On 6 August 2010, he was named as the new manager of Poly Tank Division One League rival Real Tamale United.
He managed the club RTU until November 2012 and resigned after the relegation from the Ghana Premier League his contract.
Gargo has also coached top clubs in the local league including Okwawu United and Steadfast Football Club.