The Porcupine Warriors boss has insisted that a lot of journalists prefer sensationalism over other relevant angles of football
Asante Kotoko coach Prosper Ogum Narteh has insisted that midfielder Stephen Amankona is a fine player but needs to double his efforts, something a lot of journalists have refused to say.
This comes after Kotoko’s 1-1 draw with Aduana Stars in Ghana Premier League at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium on Sunday.
Although, Amankona had a decent game and even won a penalty which was fluffed by Cameroonian striker Mbella Etouga, his boss believes he needs to up his game.
Ogum further insisted that journalists must be bold to tell players the truth especially when their performances are the exact opposite of what is expected from them.
Kotoko despite the stalemate still lead the Premier League log with 56 points, nine points better than Bechem United and twelve points above defending Champions Hearts of Oak.