The Japanese trainer, however, confirmed there was a contact from the camp of the Wonder club for the vacant job.
He wrote on Twitter “there has been a rumour that I’m interested in Great Olympics job. The fact is that someone contacted me for the job but I never contacted them”
He again stated that the Ghana premier league is a great place to work and he’s not denying the possibility of working here again.
The former Hearts of Oak and Inter allies gaffer highlighted that it is however important for him to work for someone who understands and appreciate what he can bring on the table.
Accra Great Olympics’ coaching job became vacant when head coach Prince Kwoffie handed his resignation letter after their defeat to Wafa at home on matchday 7.
By Obed Nana Kwame Asafo