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“Everyone turned their back on us when things were tough.” Kotoko captain Richard Boadu

Richard Boadu, the captain of Asante Kotoko, has disclosed that everyone abandoned the team during the 2022–23 season when things were not going well.

The Porcupine Warriors had a difficult season, finishing without a trophy and having to rally to place in the top four in the Ghana Premier League.

Aduana FC’s elimination from the round of 16 of the MTN FA Cup prevented the team from making it to the championship game.

Boadu revealed the club also claimed there was no money for the players because they were not winning when speaking about the current campaign.

It’s a difficult time. Because business was slow, everyone turned their back on us financially and in every other way, he explained to Kessben FM.

“When you talk to the management, they will say that we aren’t winning, so we were praying for God to intervene.”

Seydou Zerbo’s dismissal left the team without a head coach for the remainder of the season; Abdulai Gazale served in that capacity.

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