By Rahman Osman follow on Twitter @iamrahmanosman
Asante Kotoko acting Chief Executive Opoku Nti has reiterated that the current downturn of events at the club will not force him to quit.
Nti, a club legend, has been under immense pressure to step down after the team’s disappointing exit from the CAF Champions League.
Management has also been blamed for failing to hand midfielder Yahaya Mohammed a contract renewal which has led the player to sign a pre-contract with Libyan giants Ittihad Tripoli.
Nti is refusing to admit these minuses are indictment on their club’s leadership.
"For me, I believe if ever I do not believe in my capabilities I will walk away but this is a club which I have played for and will give my all to see this club succeeded," Nti told GHANASoccernet.com
" We have gone through harder times in our history and these are just one of those hard times and for me I hardly pay attention to what people say. All I know is that posperity will judge us all.
"I won't be cowed into quitting that's not me I will rather work hard to ensure that we emerge out of this situation as one family.
"We management are not happy with all that is going but we are never stronger until we are tested."
Kotoko are in action on Thursday when they host Medeama SC in a delayed First Capital Plus Premier League fixture.