Former Asante Kotoko striker Eric Bekoe has revealed that his successful spell at the club was down to his sacrifice and dedication. Bekoe, who played for the Ghanaian giants during the 2007/08 season, emerged as the top scorer with 17 goals in 23 games, leading the team to win the Ghana Premier League title that season.
In an interview with Joy Sports, the 36-year-old credited his dedication and focus for his impressive performance, saying that he was committed to doing whatever he could to showcase his skills. Bekoe revealed that he made a conscious effort to eliminate anything that could hinder his performance, and focused solely on his game.
According to the former striker, he set a goal for himself at the beginning of the season, which was to give his best in the first half of the season, and it paid off. He stated that his hard work and dedication to his craft helped him achieve his aim of becoming the top scorer that season.
Bekoe added that his commitment to excellence did not stop there, as he continued to push himself to perform better in subsequent seasons. He believes that his hard work and dedication laid the foundation for his success at Asante Kotoko, and he urged other young players to follow in his footsteps.
For the most part, Bekoe’s success at Asante Kotoko was down to his discipline and hard work. He demonstrated a willingness to sacrifice and dedicate himself to his craft, which led to his impressive performance on the pitch. His story serves as an inspiration to young players who aspire to succeed in Ghana’s football league, showing that hard work and dedication can lead to success.