Striker Saddick Adams has heaped praise on Coach Steve Polack, the head Coach of Kumasi Asante Kotoko saying he contributed immensely to the club's FA Cup success.

According to Adams, the English trainer guided the club in more than one way which was evident in last month's victory over rivals Hearts Of Oak in the 2017 MTN FA Cup final at Tamale.

Speaking on 'SilverSports' with King Eben, the pacy attacker shared some of the most exciting and dramatic moments experienced ahead of last month's showdown against Hearts of Oak.

"Before the MTN FA Cup final game at Tamale, Polack led the players including me into writing a quiz , answering questions about the history of football and the club Kotoko .... There was fun at camp and this drew the players attention from the game at hand"

Saddick made an assertion that every Coach is unique in his style of delivery saying , "Polack will push you to succeed and force you to persevere to limits you never thought possible"

"That is how the game of football is approached" Saddick stressed

Adams despite being criticized for failing to meet up the expectations of fans in the Ghana Premier League made amends by grabbing a hat-trick to help Kotoko defeat Hearts of Oak in the MTN FA Cup finals last month.

He becomes the first player of the porcupine warriors to score a hat- trick against Hearts after 34 Years.

Adams has received some offers from Clubs but remains adamant in leaving the Reds having signed a two-year contract with the Club.

Asante Kotoko will represent Ghana in next year's CAF Confederation Cup after winning the 2017 MTN FA Cup.

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