Asante Kotoko defender Awal Mohamed has called on the club’s troubled fans to remain steadfast with their belief in the team.
The Porcupine Warriors since their first defeat of the season on matchday 8 against sworn rivals Hearts of Oak have gone four extra games without victory – drawn and lost two respectively.
According to the former Maritzburg United player, the string is only “a phase of life which will soon turn.”
“One good result will see a big turnaround. It’s a matter of time which we surely want it to be in our next game,” he said.
“We [players] are equally worried as much as the fans are. They should not give up with their support for the team. With cool heads and the right approach, this team will bounce back to our best because we have the quality,” the centre-back added.
Asante Kotoko who lie 4th on the Ghana Premier League table with next face second-placed Aduana Stars on matchday 13 but they first have lower tier side Bekwai Youth Academy to contend with in the Ghana FA Cup on April 23.
Meanwhile, supersport.com can report that coach Frimpong Manso who was hired as an advisor to the Kotoko technical team after the sack of Zdravko Logarusic last week has now been made interim coach.