Former Ghana youth playmaker Awudu Issaka says he standard of play in the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League week 8 fixture between Accra Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko was not satisfactory on Sunday.
The Phobians beat Kotoko 1-0 after defender Vincent Attinga converted an 83d minute controversial penalty awarded to his side by referee Samuel Sukah.
According to the 1995 FIFA U-17 World Championship winner coaches of the two clubs ought to be serious to improve the quality of play of their respective teams in such ‘big fixtures in the Ghanaian top flight league.
The former RSC Anderlecht speaking on Kumasi based FOX Fm said” The standard of game on Sunday was very low and I think the coaches have to work harder to improve the game’’
He continued ‘’Both teams were struggling on the day and game was very boring’’.
Awudu attributed his claim to ’lack of colts football across the country’ and called for investment in colts football
Awudu Issaka indicated that the introduction of Colts football in Ghana produced abundant talents during his players days and does not understand why such projects should be abandoned by the Nation’s football governing body GFA.
The 34-year-old is currently coaching the future generation of Ghanaian stars in his academy in Accra having expressed his desire to become the Black Stars coach in future.