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Asante Kotoko standard has fallen – Mohammed Alhassan

Asante Kotoko standard has fallen - Mohammed Alhassan

 

Former Asante Kotoko goalkeeper, Mohammed Alhassan has said the performance of the club in recent years has hugely declined.

According to him, Asante Kotoko is gradually losing its fear factor in the domestic league and Africa inter-club competitions due to the recent performance of the team.

Speaking on Kessben FM in Kumasi, Mohammed Alhassan who also played for Bofoakwa Tano FC, and currently living in the United States of America entreated the leadership of Asante Kotoko to begin purchasing top players to reclaim the club’s fear factor and win supporters back to the stadium.

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“Asante Kotoko standards have fallen because they can’t boast of any top player as compared to previous years. Kotoko had top players like Charles Taylor, Stephen Oduro, Nana Arhin Duah and others, who won fans to the stadium but the narrative has changed this time. If the team had purchase some experienced players, they could have won fans to the stadium”

“During my days with Bofoakwa Tano, we used to train three times a day anytime about to engage Kotoko because we knew quality they possessed. We knew of threats from Charles Taylor, Stephen Oduro and others so anytime you face them you have to prepare well but it is not the same at the moment, Now, clubs are able to pick maximum points in Kumasi because of fallen standards”

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