Asante Kotoko coach C.K Akunor is a happy man after his side made it through to the semifinals of the Special Competition on Thursday evening.
Kotoko sailed through despite a 1-1 draw against Aduana Stars, and the coach is looking forward to the semifinals.
The draw saw them lead Group A standings on 22 points but could surrender the first spot to Ashanti Gold if they beat Eleven Wonders FC in their match that was called off.
“What was important for us was to qualify and I think if you look at the ratings I think we have qualified so I am sort of satisfied,” he said.
The coach, however, feels they need to do much better, and that there is room for improvement.
“We need to improve. In the first half, we weren't too good, we were not aggressive, we were not compact and we allowed the opponent to at a point in time have the ball for, I don't know how many minutes but I didn't like that,' he said after the game.
They will wait to know their semifinal opponents after weekend matches.
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