Ghana Premier League: We'll come good in subsequent games - David Ocloo after Karela defeat

Published on: 11 March 2024

Asante Kotoko assistant coach, David Ocloo, is optimistic his side will come good in subsequent games after their defeat to Karela United in the Ghana Premier League match week 20 clash.

The Porcupine Warrior suffered a 1-0 loss through an Ibrahim Giyasi goal as the Pride and Passion lads claimed the three points at the Naa Sheriga Sports Complex in Nalerigu.

They have experienced consecutive away losses, marking their fifth defeat this season and resulting in their drop from second to third place.

Following the match, David Ocloo expressed his lack of concern, noting that they have upcoming games to rectify their performance.

"I'm not worried [about the defeat]; there is a game. There are more to come," Ocloo told StarTimes.

"So we just have to go, work hard, be determined and more focused and play according to our system and the structure and we will come good."

Despite the win, Karela United are still 15th with 20 points. Asante Kotoko will next take on Accra Lions on Wednesday in their next game in midweek, a game the Porcupine Warriors will aim to claim a win.