Asante Kotoko’s defender Edwin Tuffour Frimpong has appealed to fans of the club to throng to the Baba Yara Stadium as they seek to return to winning ways in their match day five league fixture against Sekondi Hasaacas.
The Kumasi-based club has had a torrid start to the 2015/16 Ghana Premier League, securing only two (2) points out of a possible twelve (12) – their worst start in over fifty (50) years.
Frimpong who was part of the club’s signings during pre season at a pre match conference on Wednesday assured fans of desired results against Hasaacas.
“I want to say thank you to Kotoko supporters and we also want to say sorry to them because we have played four (4) games and we agree that it’s a bad start from we the players. We accept that but we are also appealing to them to come to the stadium on Friday.
“We don’t know what will (exactly) happen on the pitch on Friday but we’re assuring them that it will be a win for us. They say the only constant thing in life is change and change it will be on Friday.”
Kotoko will hope to increase their points tally to five (5) while Hasaacas will be seeking to get back to winning ways after suffering a 5 – 0 defeat to WAFA at Sogakope and drawing at the Essipong Stadium last weekend.
Friday’s game will be telecast live on on SuperSport TV.