Interim assistant manager of Kotoko, Godwin Ablodey says Kotoko will recover from their slumber after losing 4-1 to Ebusua Dwarfs in the Ghana Premier League on Wednesday.
Kotoko suffered one of their heaviest defeats in recent times after failing to deal with a resilient and hungry Dwarfs side at the Robert Mensah Stadium in Cape Coast.
Two goals from Bright Lukeman and a goal each by Christopher Bonney and Nicholas Gyan saw the Cape Coast-based side secure a famous victory over the Porcupine Warriors.
Ablodey says his side will overcome the defeat ahead of their next game against Accra Hearts of Oak.
“It happens in football, sometimes you don’t get your day. Things don’t go well for you sometimes,” he told the media.
“But I we will bounce back strongly. We will overcome this defeat. We will psyche ourselves up ahead of our next game.
“We still have 10 matches to go and so all hope is not lost as I said you sometimes don’t get your day and that is football.”
The defeat has pulled Kotoko to the 4th position with 32 points.