We still need to beef up the squad — Kotoko coach Featured
23 May

We still need to beef up the squad — Kotoko coach

The deputy gaffer of the Porcupine Warriors has disclosed that the playing body of his side will be strengthened for their 2019/20 season campaign.
 
 
Asante Kotoko assistant coach, Abdulai Gazale has confirmed that his outfit will beef up their squad with some quality players scouted by the the club's technical team.
 
Gazale opened up about the quality of the current crop of players at the Kumasi-based club in an interview with Kotoko Express App earlier today.
 
He insisted that the Ghana Premier League will be signing two or more players despite the arrival of Nkoranza Warriors duo — Kwame Opoku and Emmanuel Sarkodie — in the recent transfer window.
 
"I strongly believe that per the team that we have, even though it's good, we still need to get in some good players to make it stronger," Gazale told Kotoko Express App
 
"A team like Kotoko need some quality of players. 
 
"We have some, but we need to beef up more because of the way the season is going." he concluded.
 
Gazale is the first assistant coach for Maxwell Konadu at the Ghana Premier League giants.
 
His appointment to become a member of the Asante Kotoko's technical team was recommended by the former Black Stars 'B' coach.
 
Asante Kotoko looked impressive this season after winning seven matches out of 14 matches before the suspension of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
 
Kotoko currently lies third position on the Ghana Premier League log after amassing 25 points.
 
Kickgh.com understands that Asante Kotoko are still in talks with Latif Anabila of Ashanti Gold SC and Bechem United duo Yaw Arnol and Salifu for a possible acquisition.
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