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Acting Coach David Duncan of Accra Hearts of Oak at the Glo Premier League ©Christian Thompson/BackpagePix

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Coach David Duncan under fire

Asante Kotoko under fire Coach David Duncan determined to get it right against Hasaacas

Acting Coach David Duncan of Accra Hearts of Oak at the Glo Premier League ©Christian Thompson/BackpagePix

Asante Kotoko head Coach David Duncan has ruled out the possibility of walking out of the job despite a hugely disappointing start to the season.

Duncan’s coaching credentials have all of sudden come under the microscope after defeats to WAFA and Berekum Chelsea.

The record Ghanaian league winners difficult start to the season have been compounded by the impressive start of their sworn rivals Hearts of Oak who have been solid this season.

But Duncan says he is determined to turn things around and is not thinking of quitting.

“I have never walked out of any job of mine. Unless you are telling me that this is the worse start Kotoko have had to the season,” Duncan said

“We will have to work and try to turn things around.”

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