Kotoko coach David Duncan given three-match win ultimatum

Under-fire Kotoko David Duncan has been told to win the next three matches of the Porcupine Warriors or face the sack, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.
The coach was given the warning on Monday by the board after its crisis meeting with the technical team and management to examine the bad results since the start of the season.
This means he must win the matches against Hasaacas, Aduana and Liberty to be able to avoid being given the boot too early.
Duncan tried to explain the reasons behind the club’s difficult start to the season but the board had none of it with their decision hinging on the desire to get the results needed by the fans.
With several players on the injury list the coach promised to rejig the squad in his bid to turn around the fortunes of the side.
Kotoko are facing their most difficult start of the Ghana top-flight after bagging just two points from a possible 12 in the four matches this season.
The plight of Kotoko has been heightened because of the fine form of their arch rivals Hearts of Oak who are now top of the league with ten points while the Porcupines have only two.
Kotoko’s quest for their first win of the season failed to materialise on Sunday when they were beaten 2-0 by Berekum Chelsea.
Ex-Ghana U-17 striker Saddick Adams scored two first half goals within three minutes as Berekum Chelsea handed Kotoko a 2-0 defeat at the Golden City Park.
credit: ghanasoccernet

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