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Do not interfere in Ogum’s work – Otumfuo warns Kotoko IMC

Otumfuo warns Kotoko IMC not to meddle in Ogum's work

Asante Kotoko owner, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II has warned the club’s Interim Management Committee not to barge into the work of head coach Prosper Narteh Ogum.

The Asantehene emphasized on the need to allow Narteh Ogum to have absolute control on player recruitments to enable him build a resilient squad for Kotoko.

Otumfuo stated emphatically that he will not hesitate to sack Narteh Ogum from his job as Asante Kotoko head coach should he fail to reach the tasks given him.

“I have tasked the coach [Nateh Ogum] to recruit the best of players for Asante Kotoko to build a strong team. Kwesi Appiah will serve as the technical director to give out his suggestions. I have told him [Kwesi Appiah] and the rest to get the coach freedom to sign his own players and if he fails, I will sack him. He can be here for long only if he performs”, Otumfuo said during a meeting with the IMC at the Manhyia Palace.

Asante Kotoko have already commenced pre-season training at the Beposo Park in the Ashanti Region.

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And as part of preparations for the upcoming league season, the former Ghana Premier League champions have officially made three new additions to the squad.

The Porcupine Warriors have signed defender Yahaya Dawuni from Susubiribi Sporting Club as well Nanabayin Amoah from Venomous Vipers and midfielder Andrews Ntim Manu. Three players have signed three-year deal each for Asante Kotoko.

The Ghana Premier League record holders are also expected to announce the signing of Berekum Chelsea duo of Henry Ansu and Kalo Quattara in the next coming days.

As Getsportsgh.com earlier broke the news, the duo have completed medicals for Asante Kotoko, pending official announcement.

Meanwhile, Asante Kotoko have reportedly parted ways with eleven players after being deemed surplus to requirements by coach Prosper Narteh Ogum.

The players include; Abdul Rafiu Yakubu, Maxwell Agyemang, Andrews Appau, Mohammed Alhassan, Solomon Sarfo Taylor and Samuel Boateng.

Others are Ernest Osei Opoku, Evans Adomako, Clinton Opoku, Charles Owusu and Dickson Afoakwa…

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