Kotoko coach David Duncan has laid another salvo of words sure to ignite debate countrywide.
“If you are playing for Kotoko then you have to consider yourself to be amongst the best,” he said on Wednesday in Kumasi.
The occasion was the pre-match press conference for the club's crucial Caf Confed Cup second leg game with El Eulma this weekend. The coach has brought some verve into the team's dressing room since replacing Mas-ud Dramani.
And he's wasted no time in grabbing headlines with his proclamations.
"Kotoko, if not the best in Africa, then certainly is the best in Ghana and therefore if you are a player of this club, you should have the mindset of being the best."
For the time being, Duncan's money is where his mouth is, for he is yet to lose. He also hinted at the presser of a very attacking setup when the Algerians come to town.
"A player for Kotoko should think of himself as being the standard for many players to measure themselves with and therefore they should start thinking and exhibiting such traits."
Kotoko were 14th when the former Hearts coach took over; they are currently fifth on the log in the league.
Source: Gary Al-Smith
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