Samuel Inkoom, a defender for Hearts of Oak, claims that after he retires, he would try his hand at player management.
The former Black Stars player had a distinguished career, playing for the team at both the World Cup and the AFCON, and taking home awards.
When the Black Stars advanced to the AFCON finals in 2010 and 2015, respectively, Inkoom was instrumental. He was also a member of the legendary 2010 World Cup team.
His outstanding play for the Black Satellites squad, which won the U20 World Cup for the first time in African history in 2009, earned him a spot on the Black Stars.
The former FC Basel star claimed in an interview that when he ultimately retires from playing professionally, he will pursue a career in player management rather than coaching.
“I won’t try my hand at coaching. Since I’ve come to recognize that’s where our game is weak, I’d want to work with player management. I want to influence young athletes with what I learned abroad. As a player, you must always be precise, and the white plays by this rule. So, this is what I intend to do going forward.