Soccer News of Wednesday, 22 July 2015
Former Kotoko striker Yahaya Mohammed has criticized the team’s players for their awful league form.
Mohammed, citing immaturity as a major factor, argued that the caliber of players in the ranks of the club now do not merit the famous Kotoko jersey.
Yahaya made these comments after Kotoko’s crashing 3-0 defeat at home to Berekum Chelsea in the league on Sunday. That defeat saw the Porcupines drop to 11th on the log.
“Most of the players do not deserve to wear the Kotoko jersey. The players are not matured and do not have the requisite mental toughness to don the red colours.
“Today, any player plays for Kotoko but I can tell you that apart from Jordan Opoku, Micheal Akuffo and Ahmed Toure, none of the players deserves to wear the Kotoko jersey.”
“The problem of the club is not about the management or board. It is the playing body. Most people are scared to say it but I will point it out.”
“The coach has done nothing wrong. It is the players who do not deserve to play for the club.”
Yahaya signed for Aduana just before the commencement of the second round of the league but is yet to feature due to administrative issues.