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19 Jan

Songne Yacouba will leave Kotoko soon - Dr. Kwame Kyei confirms

The Burkina Faso international will be leaving the Kumasi based club next month according to the club's executive chairman.
Asante Kotoko executive director, Dr. Kwame Kyei has confirmed that his outfit won't renew the contract of Songne Yacouba.
The 29-year-old has turned down offers from the Porcupine Warriors to extend his stay with just some few weeks for his current contract to expire.
Dr. Kwame Kyei revealed the club's decision to end their company with the former Stade Malien attacker in an interaction with the media after their 2-0 win over Ebusua Dwarfs in their match-day five of the Ghana Premier League clash on Sunday.
"We met him [Songne Yacouba] and his representatives to discuss about his contract extension but their demands can't be fulfilled by the Kotoko," Dr. Kwame Kyei told reporters
"Before God and Man, we can't pay the $150,000 he has been demanding since we started negotiations. Kotoko can't pay such amount of money for his contract renewal.
"His contract will end soon and he will leave the club because he is not ready to agree to our terms"
He joined Asante Kotoko on a two-year deal after a successful trial at the club in 2018.
Yacouba rose to the fame to become the fans favorite during their 2018 CAF Confederation Cup campaign where he scored two goals with five assists.
His sterling output secured the club a place in the group stages of the competition where he was chased by several clubs including Nkana FC, Zesco United, Al Hilal and others.
He is yet to score in the ongoing Ghana Premier League after featuring all the five matches for Asante Kotoko.
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