Premier League Leaders Kumasi Asante kotoko suffered a painful defeat yesterday as legon cities humiliated them by 3:1 at the kumasi baba Yara Sports Staduim in match day 26 of the Ghana premier league.
The porcupine worrious performance on the day was not a quite good enough hence leading to that defeat to that painful defeat to legon cities.
Supporters of the team were not pleads with the team performance yesterday following that painful defeat to legon cities.
However, Gaffer Dr prosper Nartey Ogum believes is not time to blame any player since they gave out their best.
” I think is one of the bad day at the office, my players were slow on the day and I don’t really know why ” he said.
” I think they gave out their best in today’s game, so is not time to blame any one , I will sit with them and find out what really caused the defeat ” Ogum added.
Kumasi Asante kotoko will make a short trip to sogakope in their next game against west Africa football Academy in match day 27 fixture.
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