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15 May

Asante Kotoko sign five 'UNKNOWN' Players after sacking their top stars; Check their names

Kumasi Asante Kotoko have signed five 'unsung' players in the Ghana premier league  in replacement of their former top stars, Kickgh.com can exclusively report.
 
The Porcupines Warriors have officially sacked seven of their senior players as Kickgh.com reported last Friday.
 
Among the players whose contract have been terminated are Eric Donkor; who was the club's deputy captain, Frank Sarfo Gyamfi; former Maritzburg United winger, former Ashanti Gold talisman Yakubu Mohammed, Mawuli Osei and Edwin Tuffour Frimpong whiles ex-Athletico Madrid youth star Saddick Adams and Seth Opare have been placed on transfer list.
 
According to Kickgh.com investigation, coach Paa Kwesi Fabian has decided to replace the outgoing cast with exuberance players who are unknown in the premier league.
 
Exclusively, Kotoko have signed five new players; four players from the second tier of Ghana football and an expatriate.
 
Agyeman Badu and Osman Ibrahim from Asokwa Deportivo, Charles Yeboah of Uncle-T Stars, Alhassan Mohammed from Kiddy FC and a Togolese international Alex Kwadwo Gakpe.
 
The investigation further indicates that Alhassan Mohammed have penciled four-year deal with the Porcupines.
 
The newly signed players are expecting to have a taste of Ghana's top flight football.
 
By: Augustus Opoku
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