The Porcupine Warriors boss defeated his former side and has admitted that he is a little worried since they shot him to game in his career
Asante Kotoko coach Prosper Ogum Narteh says it was a mixed feelings after defeating WAFA 1-0 in Ghana Premier League at the RedBull Arena in Sogakope on Saturday.
The victory sends Kotoko ten-point clear at the top in their bid to annex the Premier League trophy this season. However, it also condemned WAFA deep into the relegation battle since they now sit three points below safety while other clubs have a game in hand.
Ogum was the head coach of WAFA last season and guided them to a third place finish before taking up the Kotoko job.
“I’m happy we’ve won and again if you look at the defeat, it is gradually sending the team who made who I am in Ghana and in coaching down the relegation zone so the feeling is mixed,” Ogum said as quoted by AshesGyamera.com.
“I’m happy because we’re coming from the backdrop of two losses- RTU and Legon Cities – but then if you look at them too, they are in relegation zone so playing in such matches sometimes the feeling is not all that complete because you helping them down and normally it is not the best.
“But as a professional and people who know me well know that when it is business, it is business. After that we can go into the personal relationship,” he added.
WAFA must at least win five out of their seven remaining games to beat the drop at the end of the season.