The Englishman talks concerning the determination which eventually earned his team a point against Hearts
Asante Kotoko coach Steven Pollack needs to respect the referee's penalty determination in Sunday's 1-1 stalemate with arch-rivals Hearts of Oak in the Ghana Premier League.
The Porcupine Warriors had been the beneficiaries of Dally Gagba's controversial handball name as Sadick Adams transformed to revive parity on 83 minutes.
The game marked Kotoko's return to aggressive motion since their deadly accident on July 12.
“Should you look at the possibilities, in the first half, they [Hearts] had two and we had two and in the second half, that they had one, we had a penalty," Pollack said.
"Is it a penalty? It doesn’t matter, the referee has given a penalty so I can’t say it wasn’t or it was.
"I just need to say I’m happy with my players - the perspective they confirmed at present particularly in the second half.
“After what occurred, I knew it was going to take time to get into the game and have a goal in the second half.
"I’m happy with them; the perspective, want and fervour to come back back and get a point. I'm very completely satisfied.
"I additionally need to thank the supporters. They got here out in a whole lot.”
Sunday's encounter was the 106th league meeting between the 2 sides.
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The remaining 38 matches resulted in deadlocks.