The 21-Ghana Premier League champions have gone three games, picking just two points out of a possible nine.
Boadu, who led the 2000 CAF Champions League winners to a domestic treble last two seasons, is not happy about the club’s output.
“It’s a concern, I’m worried because this is not how I want my boys to be.
“You put this one into consideration, all the three matches that we have played are very difficult matches.
“After this game [against Kotoko], we will know how to move match after match.” Samuel Boadu told StarTimes.
The Phobians lost 1-0 in the season’s opener at Aduana Stars before a 1-1 draw at home to regional rivals, Great Olympics in the second week.
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