Ghana Premier League

Our performance in Bechem United draw not better than our last four games – Kotoko assistant coach David Ocloo

Asante Kotoko’s assistant coach, David Ocloo, offered his perspective on their recent goalless draw against Bechem United, emphasizing that while the team showed defensive discipline, the performance was not a significant improvement from their previous matches, despite ending a four-game losing streak.

In the Ghana Premier League match week 24 clash at the Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park on Saturday, Asante Kotoko managed to secure a point through a resilient defensive display, with goalkeeper Danlad Ibrahim making crucial saves throughout the encounter.

Reflecting on the match, Ocloo commended the team’s determination and discipline.

“It’s a game we fought very hard for this draw. We came with a game plan and you could see the boys were very determined, very disciplined, and we had a point. Kudos to them.”

However, Ocloo noted that despite the draw, he did not consider the performance as a significant improvement over their previous outings.

“To me, our previous games we played very well but we couldn’t score. If you watch, the previous games we played very well; better than this but we couldn’t score,” Ocloo explained. “And with this game, the only difference is they were very disciplined defensively.”



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