Asante Kotoko legend, Ibrahim Sunday says he cannot wrap his head around the challenges the club has been plagued with in recent years.
Kotoko’s recent major silverware was the 2021/22 BetPawa Premier League title with continental glory last won 40-years ago.
The veteran Ghana coach spoke to Accra based Radio Gold.
“As a matter of fact, I don’t feel fine, I feel very bad because the situation you know in this world it is up and down.
“Life is like that and they are now in a situation where they have to try and go back to look at what is happening, what is wrong with them and then put it in a right way so that they can take off again.
“They don’t have to be in a too much hurry, they should take their time and look at the problems and see why the problems and how then they will find the solution to move forward.” Ibrahim Sunday told Radio Gold Sports.
Sunday, who was adjudged the best player in Africa in 1971 spent nine seasons with the Porcupine Warrior which he guided to the continental title in 1970.
He led the record Ghana Premier League holders to the African Cup of Champions, now the CAF Champions League title in 1983 after his retirement from the game.
Ibrahim Sunday who was the first ever African footballer to appear in the Bundesliga, coached Ivory Coast club, Africa Sports to win the African Cup Winners Cup now the CAF Confederation Cup.