Coach Owusu thus replaces coach Jimmy Cobblah who was appointed in May this year and guided the side to escape relegation in the just-ended 2015/2016 Ghana Premier League (GPL).
According to the club vice president, Eric Delali Senaye, coach Owusu, who cut ties with Ghana’s 2016 CAF Confederation Cup campaigners Medeama SC at the end of the season, is a firm believer in the youth and a developer of young players, a policy which is in tandem with that of Inter Allies brand.
“We have known him for a long time and like the Inter Allies brand, he has the same philosophy as the club. He develops young talents and turn them into stars just like we do and that makes him the right man for the job.”
According to him, Inter Allies have gone through a lot of transformation since joining the elite division and have stabilised the club financially and made a lot of progression, and are now looking to grow even bigger on the field of play through the brand and we believe he is the man to take us there
On the coach target, Mr. Senaye revealed that it is for him to make the boys enjoy football while harnessing the talents on display for the club.
The vastly experienced and travelled former assistant coach of Sudanese, side Al Khartoum FC, who also worked for Tema Youth as well as the Ghana Under-20 side, would be officially introduced to the “Eleven Is To One” boys (Inter Allies) on November 7, when the club begins pre-season training for the upcoming season.
By Raymond Ackumey