Sekondi Hasaacas forward, Eric Kwabena Bekoe believes that League leaders Hearts of Oak could destroy his former club, Asante Kotoko when the two most prominent teams in the country meet on Week 10 of the Ghana premier league.
The 29-year old goal poacher who saw his Hasaacas side lose to Asante Kotoko on Friday night thinks his former club are not any better side capable of offering a meaningless competition against Kenichi Yatsuhashi’s Hearts of Oak who have glittered in the opening few weeks of the new season.
Speaking to Kumasi based Metro FM, the former Ghana Premier League top scorer says there is still lots of work to be done to bring the Porcupine Warriors back to their glory days.
“Our team [Kotoko] is not done yet.There are lot to be done. This was not even a match Kotoko should win and celebrate and this is the first time I’ve seen Kotoko fans refuse to jubilate despite winning. You could see there is more to be done. I am a die-hard fan of Kotoko and we must tell the truth – the current Kotoko players should up their game.” Eric Bekoe said.
“Kotoko really need to wake up. This is not the Kotoko I know. For the players to be feigning injuries trying to delay time.
“it’s regrettable and if this is the team Kotoko is going to use against Hearts of Oak, then they should sleep . I’m saying this for sure.
“I watched Hearts of Oak against Medeama myself and I can tell you the finishing of Hearts of Oak is a fearful one this season. Any club playing against Hearts of Oak really need to be strong. They have a very sharp attack. ” Bekoe added.
Barring any unforeseen circumstances, Hearts of Oak will host Asante Kotoko on match day 10 of the Ghana premier League slated for May 1.