Ghanaian midfielder David Offei who served the ‘Porcupine Warriors’ between the years of 2010 and 2013 has revealed the happiness they had at their playing dispensation in Kotoko but can not be found today in the current team.
The 32-year-old midfielder served many clubs in Ghana including Accra Great Olympics FC and New Edubias FC but sees Kotoko as the club that assisted him to have gained experience in his football career.
‘Krobea Fans’ are unhappy seeing Kotoko ending the 2020/21 season trophless to qualify for neither CAF Champions League or CAF Confederations Cup.
Asante Kotoko spotted on second position on the just ended Ghana Premier League season behind Glorious Accra Hearts of Oak.
In an interview with David Ofei on ghanasportspage.com, he narrated how there was unity during their time at the club.
“Kotoko is still a club. Up till now I feel sad when I see Kotoko playing because of the absence of the little things used to do that was helping the club. I don’t know it is because of the management and new squad.
“Checking on one or two things they do, I can’t see that there’s no togetherness compared to our time because when you join Kotoko you become like a blood.
“Asante Kotoko is the club that helped me to get more experience at my time because they don’t know anything apart from you when you join them so I was always serious even when playing a friendly match. Kotoko is still in our blood.
“At our time we loved ourselves like brothers. We were always happy meeting at the pitch. We all wished to meet again in the next day for training because there was unity.” He told ghanasportspage.com