Kotoko CEO urges players to fight on

Dr. Kyei - Bankroller

Dr. Kyei – Bankroller

Kumasi Asante Kotoko Executive Chairman, Dr. Kwame Kyei, has told the players not to lose hope and challenge them to swiftly improve their fortunes.
The Porcupine Warriors are without a win in eight matches in all competitions.
They were dealt a hammer blow after losing 3-1 to Hearts of Oak on Monday in an anniversary match.
“Things haven’t gone as we wanted it but I haven’t lost hope at all,” Dr. Kyei said.
“I am confident that things would  change for the better.”
Operations Manager, Ernest Owusu Ansah, reiterated Management’s confidence in the team as he also spoke with the playing body in a meeting on Tuesday.
“Dr. Kyei, who is currently the club’s financier hasn’t lost hope so why should you? He hasn’t lost hope and so why should you? He called me last night. He told me he isn’t disheartened. He’s the financial so if the financier isn’t disheartened, then none of you should be,” he said. Meanwhile, deputy coach of Hearts, Henry Wellington, says his side is gradually growing in confidence and working towards hitting a consistent level following their 3-1 victory Asante Kotoko in the first leg of the Ghana @60 years on Anniversary Cup on Monday.
“I think Hearts is always a team that is growing by the day. We have gone through a lot so at this stage I must admit that the players have learnt a lot but we still have some more to learn because we want out confidence to hit top level.”
“We will not have achieved what we had in mind in the game if we had not worked on our mental attitude. We displayed a good fighting attitude and going forward I know the competition in the squad is helping everyone put up his best.” – Ghanasoccernet

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