He said, pulling the supporters back to the stadium, was one of the surest ways to restore the glory of the club.
Mr. Amoako told the GNA Sports in an interview that, though the club was confronted with many challenges, time was due to wake up for business and not dwell on the past.
“Kotoko is a football club and the core business is to play delightful football for its teaming supporters, but as I speak to you now that is not the case.
“So the first thing is to get supporters back into the stadium with a winsome side, playing delightful football.
“I don’t believe in talking about lapses on the park, we have all been through it before, now we are in charge and we would have to put things in a better shape.
He said Kotoko was ready to take on Hearts in the JA Kufuor Cup match in October to honour the former chairman of the club, the former President of the Republic of Ghana J.A Kuffour.
Accra Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko are set to clash on October 28, in Kumasi at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium to honour the J. A. Kuffour Foundation Cup (JAK Cup).
The JAK Foundation cup is aimed at raising funds to build the JAK Foundation center of Leadership and Governance at the University of Ghana.