Asante Kotoko have been performing well for their recent outings in the ongoing Ghana Premier League. And according to their Former head coach, Maxwell Konadu the club’s recent good form is not a surpris.
The coach in his second stint as head coach for the Porcupine Warriors club did not have it easy.
On the back of difficulty to pick points in the 2020/2021 Ghana Premier League season, Coach Maxwell Konadu was sacked in December 2020.
After several weeks, the team under interim coach Johnson Smith has been doing well with fans constantly heaping praise and urging the team to continue going.
According to coach Maxwell Konadu, he was confident the team under him was going to improve. And hence he is not surprised the team is doing well now.
“I’m not surprised Asante Kotoko are playing very good football now. Because it was just a matter of time for the team to gel well together.
“When you gather too many stars in a time, it takes time for them to gel. So during my second stint at Kotoko, I envisioned the team to take some time before they could play very well together as a team.” Maxwell Konadu said in an interview with Nhyira FM on Tuesday.
Asante Kotoko currently sits seventh on the Ghana Premier League season having amassed 17 points from 11 matches.