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Danlad Ibrahim reveals Kotoko players struggle mentally from abysmal GPL run

Asante Kotoko captain Danlad Ibrahim has disclosed that some of the players struggle to sleep amid the club’s recent poor performance.

The Reds are struggling to record a win after in their recent Ghana Premier League fixtures – Kotoko have lost six games and drawn one in their last 7.

In an interview with the club’s media, Danlad expressed that they are going through a lot and feel like these poor performances have affected the club and may affect their personal growth as footballers.

They are determined to change the situation of the club before the season’s end.

“First of all, we’re pleading with all our supporters to have patience for us. We know they don’t deserve these kind of results and the things that are happening in the team, but it has already happened.

“So we’re just trying our best to change things around. We’ll make sure to motivate ourselves to win our subsequent matches.”

Danlad highlighted the impact of the fan’s anger and distraught over their performance so far in the league.

“I totally understand how they feel. It’s tough playing seven matches without a win, and it has affected both the club and our personal careers.

“But you’re right, it’s all part of the job and sometimes things don’t go the way we want them to. The key is to stay focused, work hard, and stay determined.

I want to assure our supporters that we need their support now more than ever, and we’ll do everything possible to change the result this coming Sunday. Let’s stay positive and give it our all.”

“As a player and a fan of the club, I feel the pain just like the supporters do. It’s important for supporters to express their feelings and react to the situation because they genuinely care about the club.

“We acknowledge their pain and we plead with them to continue supporting us through this tough time. Together, we can change the situation and make things better. Let’s rally together till the end of the season.

“We’re going all out on Sunday, no excuses. We’re already so determined and fearless. We will do whatever it takes to win our game on Sunday.”

Danlad has been a key player for the team, making 11 games out of 26 match-weeks. He might earn the spot in the goalpost when Kotoko faces Samartex in match-week 27.


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