Kumasi Asante Kotoko head coach Maxwell Konadu has expressed concern regarding the scoring abilities of his strikers.
The Porcupine Warriors average one goal per game having scored 3 goals in three league matches.
Speaking after his outfit 1-0 win over Legon Cities last Friday, the former Black Stars B coach praised his goal poachers but still expects more from them.
“It is not easy but we can also agree with our strikers that they are scoring at least a goal in every game, they are doing the scoring unlike previously,” he said.
“Now, the strikers are scoring but we keep encouraging them to score more goal more than one. Going forward I think we need to work much harder to make sure that we convert all the chances or at least most chances we create.”
He also admitted that the going Ghana Premier League has been difficult due to the evenly spread of talents across the various teams.
“Prior to the start of the season, I said that the league was going to be one of the most difficult leagues we’ve played in recent years. Because I realised that we have too many players in town due to Covid-19 and other factors. No team is finding it easy at all.”
Asante Kotoko who lie 9th on the Ghana Premier League table will on Thursday play one of their two outstanding fixtures against Great Olympics at the Accra Sports Stadium.