Baffoe for example showed great strength on the ball and his pace on the flanks was impressive. He despite being in the heat of affairs still managed to make good observations of the game.
The skillful winger was at their best in Kotoko’s 2-0 triumph over Amidaus Professionals in the 13th week fixture at the Tema Park.
The short but colourful function was aimed at showing appreciation to the management team and technical staff of the Black Stars for their hard work which ensured Ghana’s qualification for Brazil 2014 World Cup.
Yahaya proved wrong those who thought the WAFU tournament might have sapped his energy. He showed on the day that he had rather been revitalized and showed no signs of fatigue.
The coach attributed the win to the amount of work they did during the three-week break in addition to determination of the players to win at all cost.
It was Kotoko’s second win at the Tema Park this season having fought hard to beat Inter Allies 1-0 in the 5th week courtesy the same Yahaya Mohammed.
The hardworking midfielder broke the deadlock in the 34th minute as he beautifully utilized Seidu Bancey’s deep, penetrating pass to strike home.
The two teams have met twice at the Tema Park in the last two seasons with each side winning a game. The Fabulous Boys first lost 0-2 to the Tema based side (then in division one) in the MTN FA Cup round of 16 two seasons ago.
Sun, 8th Dec 2013