English trainer, Steve Pollack has said Ghanaian clubs find it difficult to work him due to how he was trained.
Pollack has worked with Ghana Premier League sides, Berekum Chelsea and the Kumasi Asante Kotoko in the past.
According to him, he is a disciplined and straight forward person who doesn’t lie that is why clubs classify him as a difficult person.
“I know there are teams that will be interested but they say am difficult,” he said in an interview.
“That’s how I was brought up and that’s the way it should be.
“When I’m doing my job, I do it to the best of my ability for the club, and not for myself,” he added.
Pollack was shown the exit door after CARA Brazzaville eliminated the Porcupine Warriors out of the CAF Confederation Cup in the preliminary round in 2018.
Pollack was a member of the Asante Kotoko team that were involved in an accident in 2018.
Source: Modern Ghana