Former Asante Kotoko striker Yahaya Mohammed says the players of the club have disgraced Ghana with their ‘shameful’ conduct in Sudan.
The Porcupine Warriors refused to train on Tuesday morning over bonuses brouhaha ahead of the Caf Champions league reverse fixture on Wednesday against Sudanese giants Al Hilal.
The Aduana Stars star striker believes although the players are right to demand what is due them, they shouldn’t have carried on with the act while representing Ghana Football and the club’s interest on the continent.
The dreaded striker believes this will even affect the team psychologically when they step on the pitch tomorrow to play Al Hilal.
“It will affect them because football is now scientific. the least mistake made will affect you if you are not strong psychologically,” he noted.
“What they have done has brought is disgraceful to Ghana football and the entire Kotoko team. They have every right to demand their money but not at this point in time. It should not be outside the country. They are there to serve Ghana and not Kotoko alone.
“So if anything negative thing appears on the internet, it affects Ghana football,” he concluded.
Coach Johnson Smith’s side will need a win to stand any chance of progression to what will be a first Group Stage appearance in almost a decade.