The outcome will be disastrous if Kotoko compete in Africa next season — NCC predicts Featured
02 Jul

The outcome will be disastrous if Kotoko compete in Africa next season — NCC predicts

The Public Relations Officer of the Asante Kotoko National Circles Council has predicted doom for the club should they participate in the CAF Champions League next season.
Spokesperson of the Asante Kotoko supporters group, Alexander Osei Owusu has said that the outcome of the Porcupine Warriors' campaign in the 2021/20 CAF Inter-club competition will be disastrous.
Asante Kotoko were selected to represent Ghana at the CAF Champions League next season following the annulment of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
Osei Owusu strongly believes the Kumasi-based club is not in a good shape to battle out with other top-flight clubs on the continent.
 “The current state of the team (Kotoko) is not in good shape. We will be exposed by the North African teams. I will agree with those calling for our withdrawer if there will be no punishment from CAF,” Osei Owusu told Kumasi-based radio station OTEC FM
“The team should be well prepared and come out solid. The board should take this opportunity to appeal to Manhyia on the one-year player ban. This team is not in good condition for Africa or a new season,” he added.
“A player like Richard Arthur will score only 1 goal if given the opportunity to play 30 matches. It will be a disaster if Kotoko represent Ghana in Africa with this team [squad],”
Asante Kotoko had a disastrous campaign in the CAF Inter-club competitions last season.
Owner of the Ghana Premier League giants, His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has imposed a one-year transfer ban on the club.
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