Ex- Kotoko goalkeeper expresses concerns about club’s declining standards

Former Asante Kotoko goalkeeper, Mohammed Alhassan, has voiced his concerns about the club’s declining performance in recent years.

He noted that Asante Kotoko is losing its reputation as a formidable team in both the domestic league and African inter-club competitions due to its recent performances.

Speaking on Kessben FM in Kumasi, Mohammed Alhassan, who also played for Bofoakwa Tano FC and currently resides in the United States of America, called on Asante Kotoko’s leadership to invest in acquiring top players to reestablish the club’s reputation and attract supporters back to the stadium.

Alhassan emphasized the importance of having top players on the team, recalling the days when Asante Kotoko had standout players like Charles Taylor, Stephen Oduro, Nana Arhin Duah, and others who brought fans to the stadium.

He pointed out that acquiring experienced players could help bring fans back to the stadium and improve the team’s performance.

He also mentioned that, during his days with Bofoakwa Tano, they trained rigorously when facing Asante Kotoko because they knew the quality and threats posed by players like Charles Taylor and Stephen Oduro.

However, he noted that the club’s fallen standards have made it easier for other clubs to pick up points in Kumasi.

Alhassan’s comments reflect the concerns of many Asante Kotoko supporters about the club’s recent performance and the need to restore its past glory.

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