Lack of consistent wins from Kotoko & Hearts affecting stadium attendance – Henry Asante Twum

According to Ghana Football Association communications director Henry Asante Twum, the inconsistency of the two most successful clubs in Ghana Kotoko and Hearts has had a detrimental effect on spectator turnout at match locations.

The stadiums used to be packed with Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak supporters an hour before kickoff, according to Henry Asante Twum. He regrets that, at the moment, the clubs’ diminishing performances mean that the same cannot be true.

“With specific reference to Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko. The Asante Kotoko we know back in the day by 12 or 1 pm Baba Yara is full that sometimes people want to climb the poles behind the stadium to watch matches, at Accra it was a similar story,”

“I have noticed that these clubs have also lacked consistency in terms of their performance. I cannot recall a time this season when Hearts of Oak won three consecutive games. Similarly, I cannot remember the last time Kotoko won three games in a row.

“When a team lacks consistency, it discourages fans from attending the matches. For instance, after Kotoko defeated Kotoku Royals 5-1 one week, they lost the following game. Similarly, after their impressive 4-0 victory against Accra Lions, they suffered a defeat away from home.”

“In recent times, Kotoko won at home against Bibiani Goldstars, but then lost to Olympics and drew with Tamale City at Baba Yara. So, where is the consistency?” He said.

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