Former Asante Kotoko striker, Eric Bekoe has urged the current players to live a legacy with the club.
Kotoko are in pre-season training ahead of next term’s campaign which starts next month.
With the Porcupine Warriors set to unveil returnee, Prosper Narteh Ogum as head coach on Monday, August 7, Bekoe urges the players to give their all in order to etch their names in Kotoko’s golden annals.
Eric Bekoe spoke to Radio Gold Sports.
“We don’t enjoy Kotoko when we are actively playing but when you are no more playing, that is when you the importance of playing for Kotoko.
“Kotoko we play and leave a legacy, you print your name boldly in capital letters, leave it for your next generation and your family to come and enjoy.
“But if you don’t feel that way and you feel I need my salary, you will get off the road and forget about the main purpose of coming to Kotoko.
“During our time we were hungrier for bonuses than salaries because bonuses come in weekend and mid-week [if you keep winning] so these are monies that will come in frequently.
“For salaries when you are owed, it will surely be paid provided there are contracts available.” Eric Bekoe told Radio Gold Sports.