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Patrick Razak made a weird statement on pressure from Emmanuel Gyamfi before the clash

Patrick Omotoyosi Razak, is a prolific speedster whether he enters the penalty yard or along the lines to be convincing in the hearts of oak set up. Lets all hands be on deck as to how they can achieve their target. The club's decision of sacking the former Black Stars 'B' attackers comes following his posts and comments on social media ahead of their matches. Gyamfi has been seen actively on social media using abusive and uncultured words on Asante Kotoko fans before and after their matches for criticising his uninspiring performance in the ongoing season. The diminutive winger will be leaving the Kumasi-based as punishment for his breach of the players' code of conduct.

Gyamfi assured the fans of a better performance this time around. "It's going to be a little difficult for us in the Caf Confederation Cup but we will make a difference this time around," he said. "The concerns of Ghanaians' are legitimate because obviously lack of high-profile matches come with their side effects but we still have four or five weeks to prepare and I know the club's management is working around the clock to arrange some matches.

The winger Emmanuel Gyamfi has described the current squad as “a better team”, but admits the club needs to make few additions to enable them to put up a better performance when the tournament starts. “If we make one or two additions that will be the best”, he said. “For now we are having a better team there, it’s not up to the best, so if we are able to add one or two, it shouldn’t be more than two, if we get one or two (players) I hope it will make the team perfect and get the best out of Kotoko,” he added.

Gyamfi was given the number 29 shirt, previously worn by Ahmed Toure and became a regular starter under Michael Osei during the second round of the 2016 Ghana Premier League season. The speedster was expected to give Asante Kotoko options in attack and since his debut in 2016, his performance for Asante Kotoko has always been fabulous. On 5th March 2017, Gyamfi scored a late 93rd-minute winner against Elmina Sharks with a volley, giving him his first goal in as many games at the Baba Yara Stadium.

Moving on, Accra Hearts of Oak winger, Patrick Razak, has said that he prefers team success to personal achievement as he eyes a good performance for the Phobians in the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League campaign. The rainbow boys opened their GPL account with a 2-2 draw against Ashantigold on Tuesday, November 24, 2020. Kojo Obeng Jnr and Hans Kwofie scored a brace each for Accra Hearts of Oak and Ashantigold at the Accra Sports Stadium to share the spoils in a matchday two fixture. Razak who marked his return to the club with a Man of the Match award is prioritizing team success over individual glory. A selfless Razak affirmed that he is keen to see Hearts conquer and achieve their ambitions first even if it means sacrificing his own.

Obviously, the player's we are talking about have their form dipped for sometime now from the entire playing body. The presence of these two players have not been felt, talking about Emmanuel Gyamfi and Patrick Razak they have not shown even half of what we know them for. “Its the team first before individual, so with my colleagues, I think we are going to gather ourselves and put up a good performance this season for Accra Hearts of Oak,” Patrick Razak revealed.

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