Great Olympics coach Annor Walker has admitted he was left baffled by Kotoko’s poor performance following his side’s crashing 1-0 win over the Porcupine Warriors.
Michael Yeboah would be smiling to the bank with a GHS5000 reward package from Kotoko’s headline sponsors who reward players who score against Kotoko in the Ghana Premier League.
It took 8 minutes after the interval for Yeboah to score the game’s solitary goal after heading home a cross from an unmarked position.
Olympics outclassed and dominated Maxwell Konadu’s side in the build up to a goal that has entered into contention for the goal of the week.
And, Walker has admitted that he has been surprised by Kotoko’s poor performance in the game.
“I was surprised with Asante Kotoko’s poor performance. I mean a team playing in CAF Champions League should be playing very well in the local league,” he said in a post-match interview.
Thursday’s defeat is Kotoko’s first of the season after four games and currently sit in 11th place with 5 points, just a point above the drop zone.