Asante Kotoko’s problem is not about coaching – Maxwell Konadu

Nsoatreman FC coach Maxwell Konadu has added his voice to the recent struggles of Asante Kotoko in the ongoing Ghana Premier League campaign.

The Porcupine Warriors has been poor in the second half of the campaign, picking just a point in their last six games.

Despite Kotoko’s dismal performance in the Ghana Premier League, Konadu, a former coach of the Ghanaian giants expressed coach Prosper Narteh Ogum cannot be entirely blamed for the club recent struggles.

He emphasizes that the players need support from all stakeholders, including fans and the media, to regain their form.

“I don’t believe it is a coaching issue, when the players play, it is clear that they are afraid” he told Akoma FM.

“The demands placed on the players appear to put them under additional strain, they lack the character required to play as a Kotoko player, which I believe is their issue”

“This is the critical moment for the players to have the support of the media and fans. Much pressure from these stakeholders will not help matters, instead, fans should support the technical team and playing body in order to turn things around. The players are not bad; none of them will be a benchwarmer at any GPL club, but they appear to panic when playing”

“The players are not bad, none of them will be a benchwarmer at any GPL club, but they appear to panic when playing”

Asante Kotoko suffered a 2-1 home defeat to Nsoatreman FC in matchday 25 of the Premier League on Thursday.

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With 33 points, Kotoko find themselves in the 9th position of the league log.


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