Ghana Premier League

‘Lazy’ Asante Kotoko players should be beaten by fans for poor performances – Wilberforce Mfum

Asante Kotoko legend, Wilberforce Mfum has taken a swipe at the current playing body for their poor performances in the second round of the ongoing 2023/24 Ghana Premier League.

The Porcupine Warriors have recorded just a win in their last six games played which has put the players and the coach under massive pressure with some section of the fans calling for his head.

However, Mfum, speaking to Kumasi-based Akoma FM called on the players to show more commitment in playing for the club.

“The only advice I have for the players is that before wearing Kotoko’s jersey, they must be dedicated and have the team at heart, always play for the team with full commitment, and not with a lazy attitude,” he said.

With Kotoko now sitting 9th on the league log with 32 points after 23 games, Mfum beleives the players should be beaten by the fans for their horrendous outings.

“I think the players have never been beaten before, they should have been beaten by the fans after losing streak so they understand their worth.

“How can you be bought with a large sum of money and then given such a poor performance?” he quizzed.

Meanwhile, Asante Kotoko will hope to return to winning ways when they travel to play Bechem United at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park in the Matchday 24 games this weekend.

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