Former Kotoko defender Abeiku Ainooson has called on the Club’s fans to throw their weight behind the Club following their shambolic performance in the Ghana Premier League.
Kotoko are under intense pressure after securing just 2 points out of a possible 12.
The Porcupine Warriors have only managed just two draws and suffered two defeats after four rounds of matches.
Coach David Duncan’s side are languishing at the bottom three on the League standings.
Ainooson who won two Premier League titles with Kotoko but currently on loan at Sudanese Club Al Hilal is pleading with the Club’s fans to rally behind them.
“The supporters should troop into the stadium on Friday evening in their numbers and chant 90 minutes unending,” Ainoosen told Otec FM.
“Kotoko is all that we’ve got and must not let the club down despite the poor start to the season. A win against Hasaacas will change a lot of things.
“Moreover, the situation was almost the same last year but through hard work and togetherness, we were able to finish the season on high, placing second in the end.
“All is not lost, it’s just four games gone and situations can change if supporters help the team like they did for us last season.
A win over Hasaacas on Friday will certainly release the pressure on the team ahead of subsequent matches.
Credit to ghanasportsonline
By: Berko Richard