Post Match – Felix Aboagye’s thoughts after Kotoko game
Head Coach Felix Aboagye shared his thoughts with the media after narrowly losing 2-3 to giants Asante Kotoko at the Theatre of Dreams in Dawu on Monday afternoon.
It was an open battle in the final fixture of matchday 29, we came from behind twice but eventually succumbed to the Porcupine Warriors.
Alex Aso and Andy Okpe’s goals in both halves were not enough to get us the win as the visitors left with all the maximum points.
QUESTION – What’s your take?
Felix Aboagye: It was an entertaining game, end-to-end action but we conceded three unfortunate goals which were bad on our side. I think we played well and were the better side.
QUESTION – What would you say is the reason behind playing so well and not winning?
Felix Aboagye: We create a lot of chances, we are a compact team now – judging from the fact that we did not play like this in the first round.
We started the second round too deep in the relegation zone and it affected us going up on the league table but we are not discouraged yet.
We are still creating chances and scoring goals it means we have a future so we are not perturbed, we will train very hard, and with the five matches left we will give it our all and try surviving relegation.
QUESTION – With the decent points accumulation in the second round, would you say the results from the first round is making it difficult to survive relegation?
Felix Aboagye: I think we didn’t start the season on a good note, we gave away lots of points in the first round and it pinned us down. So mostly this second round has been a catch-up moment for us that is why we are still struggling despite having one of the best runs in the second round.