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20 May

C.K Akonnor says Kotoko didn't play too well despite their victory against Medeama

Asante Kotoko head coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor has insisted that his charges did not play to his satisfaction despite their 2-0 win over Medeama Sporting Club in the penultimate stage of the Normalisation Committee Special Competition at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday.

The Kumasi-based club beat the Tarkwa-based side to move to top in Zone B of the Tier 1 of the NC competition when Songne Yacouba and Abdul Fatawu Shafiu scored two goals in the second half for the homesters yesterday.
 
But Kotoko's coach C.K Akonnor insisted that they "did not play too well" despite their win.
 
"We struggled to pass the ball when we're in possession. But we looked more sharper upfront and we delivered," C.K Akonnor said after the win.
 
"I was happy with the fact that Yacouba (Songne) came in and brought some freshness into the game. He really did very well."
 
"Honestly, we didn't play too well but we were efficient upfront. I'm glad we were able to convert the chances we had," he ended.
 
The Porcupine Warriors will travel to Aduana Stars in the last round to determine their qualification in the next stage of the competition.
 
By: Opoku Augustus @OpokuAugustus
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