Asante Kotoko deputy captain, Emmanuel Gyamfi says despite losing to Hearts of Oak, the team has not lost hope in winning the league.
The Porcupine Warriors lost to Hearts of Oak in a match that dubbed as title-deciding game as both teams were level on points with four matches left.
But despite Hearts now leading the 3 points with four matches left, Gyamfi said the team will not give up till the leagues end.
According to him, anything can happen in football, and just as they lost yesterday, it is very possible the Phobians can also lose their matches left.
“The league is not over yet, we still have some games to play and just like we lost today, they can also lose or draw in their next game so anything is possible,” he said.
Kotoko will host King Faisal next in matchday 32 on Sunday at the Len Clay Sports Stadium.