Amos Frimpong, former captain of Asante Kotoko, expressed concern over the poor attendance at the Porcupine Warriors’ games this season.
The issue has persisted from the previous season, where both Asante Kotoko and Hearts of Oak experienced a significant decline in attendance.
Frimpong, who played for Asante Kotoko for eight years from 2011 to 2019, remarked that the support for the club’s recent games has been disappointing. He highlighted the decline in attendance at Accra Lions vs. Hearts of Oak, stating that it was even worse than in Kumasi.
He shared his observation, saying, “All the Asante Kotoko games I have watched this season, the support is not good at all. I also got the opportunity to watch Accra Lions vs Hearts of Oak, and the attendance there is even worse than in Kumasi.”
Frimpong acknowledged that the initial games of the season had better attendance, but he expressed disappointment in the recent games.
Despite these challenges, Asante Kotoko managed to secure a 3-1 comeback victory against Legon Cities in Sogakope over the weekend, marking a return to winning form.