Striker Evans Adomako says the highfaluting performance he exhibited against International Allies is the beginning of what he wants to offer to the Porcupine family.
The young forward was vilified for performing abysmally at the beginning of the 2020/21 season before injury to him off to the periphery. But it looks as though the former Phar Rangers has rediscovered his form in the past three matches.
Adomako scored a beauty of a goal which was Kotoko second goal on the day and provided an assist in a game that was so epic against relegation threatened side International Allies before another youngster, Andrew Kwadwo Appau, jumped over Inter Allies defenders to head a perfect free kick from Fabio Gama to grab the win for his side.
Adomako Wiredu has been working in silence, then silencing critics at this quintessential moment of league is nothing short of joy.
“The feeling is good because taking all three points is something that makes us known that, the work we put together throughout the week has yielded a better result.” Adomako told Opemsuo Radio’s Sasu Danquah.
He continued, “I’m happy for those who know me and believed in my abilities, and has waited so long for a moment like this. It’s just the beginning.”
The Porcupine Warriors are on the second position with same points (53) with sworn-rivals Hearts of Oak. The Phobians are leading the log by virtue of goals difference.