Asante Kotoko legend Joe Debrah has indicated that the club’s supporters cannot be patient if results are subpar, all in the name of ‘rebuilding’.
The former Ghana international believes Kotoko is not a place for rebuilding and that the team should be winning matches from the start of the season.
After failing to defend the Ghana Premier League title last season, the Porcupine Warriors have brought back Prosper Narteh Ogum and signed over 10 new players. However, they are occupying 17th position in the 18-club league after match-day 3, drawing twice and losing one.
He urged the players to double up on their training schedules to be able to compete well.
“Kotoko does not know rebuilding. It is not a rebuilding club. Kotoko is a team that heads straight up when the league starts. We have the players already, and when the league starts, we just move. The coaches and people are saying rebuilding, so let’s see, “Joe Debrah on Kessben TV.
“Right now, teams that face Kotoko don’t have any fear; I don’t even know why. The boys need to do extra training. There is no personal training; they only rely on the team’s training.”
Kotoko will play as a guest for the Accra Lions in their next league game before they take on Aduana FC at home.