Johnson Smith admits he is unhappy with the Porcupines' scoring record but is convinced he will improve our return in front of goal this season.
The Interim Head Coach, who took over the mantle last week, says the team must score more goals to prevent drawing games. For the third time this season, there was a late drama against us on Sunday when Kwame Opoku's 74th-minute goal against Medeama SC at the Akoon Park was levelled up with an 87th-minute controversial penalty.
The penalty call was controversial, and it came after Kwame Opoku's overhead kick was controversially disallowed for an offside, and Johnson Smith was left to rue the disallowed goal, the penalty call, and our inability to kill off the game by scoring a second goal.
"We accept that we drew, but we were affected by the goal that was disallowed," says Johnson Smith at the post-match press conference. "What saddens me is the penalty."
"It means we would have lost if we had not scored first. In football, anything can happen. That is why I always tell the boys to score more goals and not just score one and depend on it. That is the work we are going to do going forward.