Kotoko’s Speedster optimistic of Club’s Success

The most influential player of Fabulous Kumasi Asante Kototo, Emmanuel Gyamfi, also known as the Speedster has called on the team’s supporters to have faith in the team under their experience coach Steve Polack. He wants them to believe that the storm will soon be completely over.

The Speedster who has been thrice awarded man-of-the-man is optimistic that Kumasi Asante Kotoko could win double by the end of this season’s premier league, “with about thirteen games left, nothing is impossible,” he has stated.

He believe strongly that Kotoko will soon prove its critics wrong and that their great and powerful slogan “wo kum apem a, apem beba” which allegedly went to sleep in the middle of the first round of the Star Times sponsored Ghana premier league, has been rekindled after a win over Tema Youth and a draw with Accra Great Olympics.

He wants the numerous supporters of the club to rally behind them at all times since the team cannot achieve its desired objectives without such support. He said his colleagues are poised to fight a good fight to win important points in their remaining matches and that they will also fight like wounded lions for the progress of the team.

The speedster says he is happy with their current performance under their new coach who for the short time that he has been with the team has transformed their style of play making the team to be now playing good football for which their supporters have been itching for long. He want this to transform into goals which will bring back the smiles.

Now that their coach has psyche them well to have a winning mentality which earn them a win against Proud FC in the ongoing FA Cup competition, he is confident any team that comes their way in the FA Cup competition will be defeated to brighten their chances of winning the FA Cup this season.

Source: Michael Kessey, Sports Analyst

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