SHOCKER: Kotoko sack new striker Adingra Moussa after one week Featured
15 Jul

SHOCKER: Kotoko sack new striker Adingra Moussa after one week

The Porcupine Warriors have shockingly abrogated the contract of the Ivorian striker after one week, Kickgh.com can exclusively report.

Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko have terminated the contract of their newly-signed striker Adingra Bidodane Moussa following his poor output.
 
Earlier last week, Asante Kotoko announced the signing of the former Lobi Stars striker on a three-year deal after undergoing a medical test.
 
The club's official statement on his signing reads "Asante Kotoko are pleased to announce the signing of Adingra Bidodane Moussa from Nigerian Premier League giants, Lobi Stars."
 
"The Cote d'Ivoire striker signed his contract papers to a three-year deal at the club's secretariat on Saturday."
 
"The signing follows the successful completion and passing of a routine medical assessment conducted by the Dr. Kwasi Twumasi Baah Junior-led medical team on Friday."
 
Kickgh.com understands head coach Kjetil Zachariassen who recommended the signing of the Ivorian international has made a u-turn to declare him as a surplus to requirement.
 
Kotoko have already signed two other strikers namely Richard Arthur and Ugandan international George Abege who joined them from Kenyan side Kariobangi Sharks.
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