Asante Kotoko interim head coach Michael Osei has admitted that his side has genuine goal scoring concerns ahead of their May 2nd clash against rivals Hearts of Oak.
Osei will experience the grudge encounter as the main man in the dug out for the first time following the decision of the Kotoko management to dispense with substantive manager David Duncan following their poor start to the season.
The Porcupine Warriors have managed to score only 7 goals this season but have found the back of the net just once away from home.
He says it is a problem the technical team has been working tirelessly to rectify.
“We are expecting a very competitive encounter against Hearts because we know that such games are always difficult.
“We have been working very hard to improve our goal scoring.
“We engage in special training geared at improving our finishing everyday.
“I hope that in future the hard work we are putting in will yield results,”he said.
There have been 102 meetings between the two sides with Kotoko winning 32 with Hearts winning 34 while the remaining 36 games have ended in draws.