Kotoko goalie Isaac Amoako reckons their troubles are over

Published on: 26 April 2017

Asante Kotoko goalkeeper Isaac Amoako says their recent difficulty in winning games is over.

According to him,  they will beat Aduana Stars on Wednesday to return to winning ways.

“That has been my hallmark since I joined Kotoko ten years ago” said the experienced goalie with his face glowing with confidence. “Things always take a good turn around for the club anytime we are in distress and I’m called upon to play after a long while” he disclosed.

“I have countless examples. I remember things got very bad for us at a certain stage in the 2013/14 season. We were 14th on the table. Soulama Abdoulaye was then keeping the post. We drew most of our matches. After a while, I was selected for a Hearts of Lions encounter. We won by 2-1 and that got us back to winning ways” he narrated.

“Once, we had gone so many years without a win against Heats in Accra. I was chosen for a game against them and we won by 1-0. It is just like we saw at Bekwai. I got my first chance in this distress moment and we won. We couldn’t win any of our last five games but we won at Bekwai with me in post. It’s a sign of good things to come. The win will keep on coming from here. We are back and that will continue going forward” he argued.