San Pedro, hitherto, could not have faced the might of my darling club, Asante Kotoko. The Ivorian side does not have the pedigree in terms of laurels to defeat Kumasi Asante Kotoko, the most decorated club in the country.
The team’s poor performances have causes far remote than happenings in recent times.
The coaching staff must be revamped. I am not sure the man in charge has what it takes to canoe the team to greater heights.
Some decisions taken in recent times by the managers of the club have been sloppy.
An introspective assessment of how things have been going on with the club must be pursued. It should start with the coach being retrenched. We need a better handler of the players.
A long term plan aimed at putting together a formidable team, a side that would be the envy of many in and outside the shores of Ghana, a side that puts fear and trepidation in opposing teams, must be built.
We need a well coordinated policy instead of an ad hoc one to resurrect our dear club.
As for our exit from the tournament, it wasn’t painful because we grieved over it when San Pedro came to Kumasi. We lost the match in Ghana. Miracles don’t happen in football matches on our continent. We knew that we were only honoring the second leg but not to win in Cote d’Ivoire.
We may have been beaten today, we may have performed abysmally, but we are still proud of our Asante Kotoko, for it is the best club in Ghana!