Bechem United head coach, Bismark Kobi-Mensah says he is not under pressure to replicate the previous successes of the club under former coach, Kassim Mingle.
Kobi-Mensah replaced Mingle who has now joined premier league boys, and will steer the Hunters for the 2023/24 BetPawa Premier League.
Bechem United have finished 3rd on the league table in two consecutive seasons [2021/22, 2022/23] and Kobi-mensah must either better or maintain the status quo next term.
However, the young trainer, who once managed Karela United and Great Olympics says, he will not be forced by the club’s past achievements into achieving results.
“I am a very competitive person that I always want to do well, it is not because they did well the previous years that is why I have to try do well, I want to do well always.
“And again I know the terrain very well because Bechem United was my first premier league team, I was the head coach of the team,” Bismark Kobi-Mensah told Radio Gold Sports.
“So I have been with them before even their captain I gave him the first chance to play in a premiership game.
“So I even know some of the officials, the assistant coach, the Operations Manager, the CEO and the president, I worked with them when I was here so I am not a new person here.
“And I understand how they feel about the club and how they support the club. Even before they didn’t have that great support but now they have great supporters, plenty of them so I think it is in the right direction.
“I believe that what is important for me is to try to raise a very competitive team that compete in every competition that we play.” Bismark Kobi-Mensah told Radio Gold Sports.