The casual attitude of Mariano Barreto came to bear again when they faced WAFA last weekend.
The 26th league fixture which ended in a draw did not go well with the coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko which led him to criticise his team for conceding a goal he deemed as 'nonsense'.
It seems the act of placing blames at the doorstep of people has become the norm for the gaffer. Though he blamed his defence for the goal, others think the coach has to take a chunk of the blame.
Richard Acheampong of Kumasi FM believes that the selection of the coach led to the draw against the Sogakope kingpins.
"Blame your selection as well, blame your selection as well, don't blame the 'nonsense' defending. Why do you make changes that will result in a problem?
"How could Kayekeh protect the back four, especially the centre backs? He is just back from injury and you know that you don't have potent attackers.
"If you don't have goal scorers, you have to protect the back. It was as if nothing was at stake."
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