Kotoko name 18-man squad for Zesco United match; Zabo, Acquah & others made the list Featured
12 Mar

Kotoko name 18-man squad for Zesco United match; Zabo, Acquah & others made the list

Coach CK Akonnor has announced his 18-man squad to travel to Zambia this evening ahead of Zesco United clash.

Duo Richard Senanu and Abdul Ganiyu failed to make the squad due to injuries sustained for the past weeks.
Ivorian international Dany Teguy Zabo and Frederick Boateng have made the list after the Porcupine Warriors talisman Songne Yacouba will be missing their final group match due to suspension.
Veteran midfielder Jordan Opoku and Prince Acquah have also returned to the team after their absence in their last two games as lanky striker Naby Keita has been dropped following his poor output.
The Kotoko contingent are expected to leave the shores of Ghana this evening.
Zambian club Zesco United will host Asante Kotoko in the match day six of the CAF Confederation Cup this weekend in Ndola, Zambia.
Below is the full 18-man squad;
Goalkeepers: Felix Annan, Muntari Tagoe
Defenders: Augustine Sefah, Amos Frimpong, Emmanuel Agyeman Badu, Daniel Darkwah, Wahab Adams, Habib Mohammed
Midfielders: Kwame Bonsu, Umar Bashiru, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Jordan Opoku, Obed Owusu, Prince Acquah, Stephen Nyarko
Strikers: Frederick Boateng, Dany Teguy Zabo, Abdul Fatau Shafiu
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