As the Porcupine Warriors hosts the Scientific Soccer Lads let’s see the Kum Apem boys had fared in their last six season in the Ghana Premier League having employed coaches like Serbian tactician Bobdan Korak, Maxwell Konadu, Mas-Ud Didi Dramani, David Duncan and Michael Osei as acting head coach during the 2015/17 Premier League campaign.
Now let’s check out the stats;
Asante Kotoko last 90 Premier League games at HOME since September 2010
WON – 54 (60.1%)
DRAWN – 23 (25.5%)
LOST – 13 (14.4)
Asante Kotoko last 90 Premier League AWAY games since 5th September 2010
WON – 33 (36.6%)
DRAWN – 30 (33.3%)
LOST – 27 (30.1%)
In the 2011/12 Premier League season, Asante Kotoko went unbeaten at home. (Won 12 and Drew 3)
Asante Kotoko’s heaviest Premier League HOME defeat since September 2013 was against Berekum Chelsea (3-0) in 2014/15 season.
Asante Kotoko recorded only one Premier League defeat at home last season (New Edubiase won 1-0).
Asante Kotoko only lost a game at home in the 2012/13 Premier League season, that was against King Faisal (Game finished 2-0)
With 29 registered players so far, Isaac Amoako is the longest serving player in the team. Been with the team for more than a decade.
Ibrahim Danlad (U17 NT Gk) is the youngest player among the 29 registered players for upcoming as Isaac Amoako is the oldest in the team.
Two of our players had been to the AFCON (Ernest Sowa 2012 and 2015, *Awal Mohammed 2015)
All 4 of our goalkeepers had once been with the NT;
Felix Annan |U20|Local Black Stars|
Ernest Sowa |U17|Black Stars|
Isaac Amoako | Local Black Stars| Black Stars|
Ibrahim Danlad |U17|
Our first league goal was scored by no.17 shirter Bennett Ofori, can Abass Mohammed to same as takes the no.17 shirt.
Who opens the score for Asante Kotoko as new season commences this weekend.