'No more 'Wholesale' signings at Asante Kotoko' — Manhyia Palace's Chief of staff Featured
26 May

'No more 'Wholesale' signings at Asante Kotoko' — Manhyia Palace's Chief of staff

The Porcupine Warriors will be offering opportunity to talented players in the Ashanti Region according to the Chief of Staff of the Manhyia Palace.
Manhyia Palace chief of staff, Kofi Badu has disclosed that Asante Kotoko will hand opportunities to players in Kumasi and its environs in the coming years.
According to a report filed by Kumasi based radio station Oyerepa FM, Kofi Badu told journalists in a closed doors meeting on Tuesday that there will be a changes in the club's player transfer policy.
Asante Kotoko have been involved in transfers which later caused them losing millions of cedis following their poor performance during their stint at the club.
"Talented footballers in and around the Ashanti Region to get the chance to showcase their talent so they are recruited into Asante Kotoko," Kofi Badu quoted saying by Oyerepa FM.
"The frequent purchase of ''big names'' to be a thing of the past, only on exceptional cases," 
It has been earlier reported that there will be changes in club's structures after the work of the three-member Committee established by the Otumfuo Osei Tutu II earlier this month.
The newly structured Board of Asante Kotoko is expected to be announced by the Manhyia Palace this week.
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