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03 Nov

REVEALED: Eight of the New Kotoko players yet to undergo medical; check their names

Eight of the newly-signed Asante Kotoko players are yet to undergo mandatory medical tests, can report.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko announced the signing of ten new players to beef up their squad ahead of their 2019 CAF Confederation Cup campaign.
According to sources, Former Inter Allies defender Abass Mohammed and Kwame Bonsu who previously played Swedish club Gelfe were the only players that underwent a medical tests.
The Porcupine Warriors sealed the capture of former Medeama SC goalkeeper Muntari Tagoe who has been without a club after his contract with Zambian side Lusaka Dynamo FC was terminated as well as their former right-back Yaw Frimpong.
WAFA skipper Umar Basiru also joined the Kumasi-based club on a three-year deal on the transfer deadline day with Martin Antwi who also inked a deal with the club after a successful trial.
Karela United FC duo Abdul Ismail Ganiu and Maxwell Baakoh also signed a three-year deal and two-year deal respectively whiles Charity Stars Academy left-back Evans Owusu also joined them on a three-year deal.
Guinean international Naby Laye Keita was also signed to augment the upfront of the 'Kum Apem' lads after undergoing a month trial.
Coach CK Akonnor's side are currently preparing ahead of their CAF Confederation Cup campaign.
Kotoko will know their Confederation Cup opponent today in Rabat, Morocco where the draw will be held.
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