Asante Kotoko captain, Richard Boadu, has expressed his disappointment over the club’s failure to secure any silverware in the just-ended season. The Porcupine Warriors, renowned for their success and dominance in Ghanaian football, relinquished their Ghana Premier League title and suffered an early exit from the FA Cup. Boadu, who played a pivotal role in the team’s previous championship triumph, voiced his concerns about ending the season empty-handed.
Despite their strong start and a solid campaign, Asante Kotoko was unable to defend their Ghana Premier League title, finishing in fourth place on the league standings. The team’s performance throughout the season fell short of expectations, leaving them without a trophy. Boadu, the skipper and an integral part of the squad, highlighted the significance of winning titles for a club of Kotoko’s stature.
Boadu’s contribution to Asante Kotoko’s 2022/23 league campaign was substantial, featuring in 30 matches. Having experienced the taste of success in the previous season, the skipper understands the weight of responsibility that comes with wearing the Kotoko badge. He expressed his disappointment at the team’s failure to live up to their own high standards.
Acknowledging the club’s rich history and status as the biggest team in Ghana, Boadu emphasized the need for Asante Kotoko to secure trophies regularly. According to him, a trophyless season indicates a lack of performance and leaves room for improvement. As a leader, Boadu believes that the team should have done better, reflecting on their missed opportunities and the unfulfilled aspirations of the fans.
Richard Boadu, the captain of Asante Kotoko, has openly admitted his discontent with the club’s trophyless season. Recognizing the importance of winning titles for a prestigious club like Kotoko, he expressed his disappointment at falling short of expectations. Boadu’s words highlight the desire for future success and the motivation to reclaim Asante Kotoko’s dominant position in Ghanaian football. The club and its fans now eagerly await the upcoming season, where they hope to reclaim their status as champions and bring silverware back to the Kumasi-based outfit.