The President of the Sport Writers Association of Ghana (SWAG), Kwabena Yeboah has made his observations about the Ghana Premier League, match day seven fixture between Dreams FC and Asante Kotoko, saying that, the Porcupines lost to a more “organised” and “committed” team.
According to the veteran sports broadcaster, Kotoko faced a tough test away and should concede that, Dreams FC were hungrier and better on the afternoon with their substitute player, George Dwubeng snatching the match winner on the stroke of regulation time.
“Kotoko lost to a better team and needs to improve. Dreams FC dictated the pace and most part of the game. Credit to Dreams FC since the players were determined and committed” said Kwabena Yeboah in a post-match interview.
Kwabena Yeboah advised coach Karim Zito of Dreams FC to keep to his players since he believes they have a bright future.