Former Ghana international Otto Addo has been appointed assistant coach of Danish Superliga club FC Nordsjælland, BBC reports.
“We have been looking for an addition to the team and with Otto on board we have a coach who understands the European and African mentality,” Head of Football Carsten Jensen said.
Otto Addo started his coaching career with Hamburger SV, where he mainly worked with the Under 19 team, but also helped with the resrves and the first team. He has won the Bundesliga with Borussia Dortmund inj 2002 and played in the UEFA Cup final against Dutch club Feyenoord.
Otto Addo started his coaching career with Hamburger SV, where he mainly worked with the Under 19 team.
“I’m really thrilled for this new opportunity and I’m looking forward to meeting the other coaches and players,” he told the club website.
“I’m really excited with the big Danish talent here that can be supplemented by players from Right to Dream, this will give us an unique chance of developing people to the highest level.”
Nordsjælland currently sit eighth in the 12-team Danish Superliga which is currently on a winter break but will resume late February.