Ex-Kotoko star Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu says the Porcupine Warriors says eyes must now be focused on the role of management and playing body in the fast-dwindling fortunes of the club as the blaming of top-notch coaches of the club seems not to be their bane.

Ex-Kotoko star Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu says the club must now be focused on the role of management and playing body in the fast-dwindling fortunes of the club as the blaming of top-notch coaches of the club seems not to be their bane.

The Porcupine Warriors have been struggling since the start of the season even though they have an expensively assembled team with a star-studded squad.

Coach Mas-Ud Did Dramani was sacked some months ago because of poor results and his replacement David Duncan who is also a highly-astute coach is struggling to whip the side into getting the needed results.

Italy-based midfielder Agyemang-Badu says the club must now look at the role management and players in the slide and stop the blaming of coaches since it has not worked.

?The team has gone really down to unimaginable levels,? Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu said.

?The club has had great coaches like Didi Dramani and David Duncan and yet still the results are not coming.

?It therefore means we have to look elsewhere for the problems and this will be to look at management or the players.?

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