David Duncan despite applauding the Ghana champions for a hard fought goalless draw in Algeria on Saturday in the CAF Champions league has indicated that his outfit could have managed a win if they had enjoyed fair officiating and purposeful attacking play.
The former Hearts of Oak coach replaced Didi Dramani as the head coach for Kotoko and had his maiden assignment in a very tricky game in the first leg of the CAF Champions League 1st round against MC El Eulma.
Although Kotoko run of winless streak has increased to 8, in all competitions, David Duncan was happy to see his side put up a highly spirited performance.
However, his only worry was that, they should have taken advantage of the uninspiring performance of El Eulma to secure a win and also officiating was nothing good to write home about.
‘I congratulate the team for such a good performance, they were well composed and that really denied the referee of any chance to send anyone off the game.
‘The game I think could have gone in our favour if not the poor officiating in the game and also I think that at a point the players’ distributions to Ahmed Toure weren’t working perfectly,’ he said.
The Porcupine Warriors will face MC El Eulma in the second leg at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium, Kumasi a fortnight.
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