Former Asante Kotoko midfielder Yussif Chibsah has told critics of Zdravko Logarusic to exercise patience.
According to him, the porcupine warriors are in good sharp to win the ongoing Ghana Premier League since winning it in 2014.
The Croatian trainer has recently come under intense pressure after a section of the supporters protested against his 3-5-2 formation.
They have thus called for his removal despite losing a game in eight matches.
The only defeat the team has suffered this season was against Accra Hearts of Oak in their week eight fixture.
“Zdravko Lugarusic needs time to be able to achieve success. What he is trying now is to get the players to understand his 3-5-2 system,” Chibsah told Abusua FM in Kumasi.
“The team is not scoring many goals but they will be perfect soon. A coach will only get problems when his players do not understand the type of system he wants to use and results are also bad.
“That brings headache most often but this time the team is rather winning even if the play is not entertaining.
“The supporters should remember that, as much as they want to watch entertaining football, the coach also has a task ahead of him. He has to win matches and trophies at the end of the season so they should allow him to use the system he is comfortable with.”
He added: “I know Kotoko supporters very well. When the team plays entertaining football and lose, the coach will regret. They will call for his resignation or sacking. I am confident with the kind of players currently available, they will play better as the season progresses, if Logarusic is spared the constant criticisms and offered support.”
The Porcupine Warriors will host Inter Allies on Sunday at the Baba Yara sports stadium.