KOTOKO NEWS takes a look at how some of our former players overseas performed for their various clubs last weekend.
The Porcupines have signed the former Inter Allies goalkeeper to provide cover for Felix Annan, Ibrahim Danlad and Michael Abu for the upcoming season.
Media reports, suggests that team doctors has confirmed, Abass Mohammed will miss the whole season through injury.
The Porcupines may have a reason to be disgruntled Prosper Adii will be the man in the middle for Asante Kotoko’s Super Cup clash with Aduana Stars at Len Clay.
Daniel Darkwah has signed for Asante Kotoko ASANTE KOTOKO have completed the signing of Black Stars left-back Daniel Darkwah on a two-year deal according to Asante Kotoko official twitter handle.
After beating Hearts of Oak in the MTN F.A. Cup final months ago, the Porcupines will be back at the Baba Yara Stadium today to take on Eleven Wonders in their opening fixture in the Ghalca G-8 tourney. Defending Champions, Aduana Stars and two new teams; Eleven Wonders and Dreams FC will feature alongside … Continue reading
The Premier League winner has dropped a big hint he’s keen on a transfer to Asante Kotoko by ‘liking’ a post on Facebook.
After fifteen years of professional footballing career, not all footballers could hand their boots, and watch his colleagues from the stands or from the television at this age, but Henry Ohene Brenya, known as ‘Nana’ by his teammates, has a reason to call it a day, just four days after their F.A. Cup triumph over … Continue reading
That was Asante Kotoko’s 10th trophy in the competition. Asante Kotoko’s, F.A. Cup heroes receives GH¢5,000 each in bonus, promised them by their Executive Board Chairman, H.H. Dr Kwame Kyei, after their famous triumph over arch rivals Hearts of Oak on Sunday.