Ex Ghana Premier League goal king Eric Bekoe says,
he’s not going to celebrate if he scores against former club Asante Kotoko in their match-day 4 Premier League encounter Friday, March 18.
In an interview with Hussein Hassan (Class Sports) he said Kotoko made him the player he is today.
“The Kotoko fans, especially, have played a very vital role in my success in football. The name that I have made in football, Kotoko fans have played a very vital role [in that]. So, wherever I stand, I give them more credit …so, I am also going to do something to show my love for them and my love for the club, too, because they gave me the platform to become the Bekoe that people know. So, if I score, I am not going to jubilate,” he stated.
“I know I will surely score but, as for jubilation, I have decided against that.”
Bekoe said he will not expect any special reception from fans of the 2014 league champions. Bekoe won’t be expecting much reception from Kotoko fans because of the current situation in the Porcupine family.
“We, the die-hard fans of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, we are all worried about it. But…you can’t be working at GTV and be drawing your salary at Water Works. So, since I am being paid by Hasaacas, I have to give them every percentage of my work to get the end results…it will be nice to be coming back to Takoradi with smiles on the faces of our fans.” Bekoe stated.
Kotoko had only amassed a total of two points out of 12 in their first four games in this years league.
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By: Berko Richard