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Kotoko’s Loss to Nations FC Marks Worst Record in 14 Years

Asante Kotoko’s struggles deepened as they suffered their fourth consecutive league defeat, matching their worst-ever record in 14 years. The Porcupine Warriors faced Nations FC in a bid for redemption but succumbed to a 1-0 loss, extending their woes in the Ghana Premier League.

The crucial goal came from Asamoah Boateng Afriyie in injury time of the first half, marking his 10th goal in the league and sealing Nations FC’s victory.

This defeat marks Kotoko’s first four-game losing streak since the 2010/11 season when they lost to King Faisal, Hearts of Oak, Aduana FC, and New Edubiase, with two more losses before clinching a win against Wa All Stars.

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Coach Prosper Narteh Ogum faces mounting pressure as Kotoko languish in ninth place, with just one win in their last six games. Their overall performance this season has been lackluster, with nine wins, five draws, and nine losses in 23 matches.

Kotoko is determined to reverse their fortunes, starting with an upcoming away fixture against Bechem United. Meanwhile, Nations FC continues to chase league leaders FC Samartex, maintaining their form as they prepare to face Great Olympics in their next match.

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