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first_imgThe porcupine warriors travel to face arch-rivals Hearts of Oak at the Accra Sports Stadium next Sunday.–CLICK TO READ: 7 things we learned from matchday 24 CLICK TO READ: Matchday 24 game-by-game review–Follow Joy Sports on Twitter: @Joy997FM. Our hashtag is #JoySports “We are all elated for this victory. It didn’t come easy but of course, it is the kind of performance that has characterized our outings so far – even when we have won, we throw away sitters, we throw away begging chances [sic],” Duncan said after winning the Ashanti derby. With the league title far beyond their reach, Asante Kotoko aim to end a forgettable season at a respectable position. Their 1-0 win over AshGold has moved them two places better – at 11th position with 32 points. A cagey first half saw the porcupine warriors only managed to find an opening in the 24th minute through a well headed goal from Frank Sarfo Gyamfi but Duncan’s charges later squandered numerous scoring opportunities that came their way in the second half. “For me even though momentarily I’m happy, I think we also will need to up taking the chances that we create. Last week, when we were at Sogakope against WAFA, I expressed similar sentiment.”My worry is about the chances that we are not taking. For me, today it was like a playback of what took place at WAFA. I’m happy though but worried we aren’t putting games to bed,” he added. Does Duncan worry about Kotoko’s position too? Asante Kotoko coach David Duncan remains a worried man despite his side’s defeat of AshantiGold on Sunday.center_img But coach Duncan confesses that he avoids watching the trends on the league table as it could distract his attention. The struggling champions returned to winning ways with an all-important 1-0 win over league leaders AshantiGold but their conversion rate left much to be desired. “I want to have focus on what I’m doing and not be thinking about [others]. I don’t draw the league table… If I’m getting my results, what happens elsewhere is none of my business,” he said. ”I don’t look at the league table; it might do something to my focus.last_img read more