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Coach Steven Polack has finally signed a new contract with FA Cup Champions Asante Kotoko SC. The deal, announced by the club, puts to sleep long weeks of speculations around the English tactician’s future with the Porcupines and sets the basis for his team’s preparations for the upcoming season. In his first response, Polack said: “I am delighted by this. Its been an amazing experience. A year in which we worked hard together to achieve something great. It’s a rekindled relationship and the task now is for us to work even harder in the coming year to win more.” “I’ve said…

Amos Frimpong is one of the highest-paid players at Kumasi Asante Kotoko and in the Ghana premier league taking home not less than 2, 500GHC at the end of the month but the start of his professional soccer career at BA Stars in the 2010/11 season was hard, financially. “My first salary was 100GHC at BA. It wasn’t any big sum but I was very happy at the time because it was my first in a premier league club.” Amos Frimpong told Isaac Owusu Ansah “Ike” on Metro FM’s Matured and Academic Sports on Tuesday morning. So what did he…

Asante Kotoko defender Henry Ohene Brenya has finally retired from football after 15 years in the game. The 32-year-old defender confirmed on Friday morning he has finally brought his football career to an end. Ohene Brenya, one of the longest serving players at Kotoko joined the Porcupine Warriors in 2008 from then Ghana Premier League side Berekum Arsenal who currently plays in the GN Bank Division One League. ”Yes, it is true I have retired from the game, I have been in the game for some time now, about 15 years and I think I have to leave to allow…

Kumasi Asante Kotoko Captain Amos Frimpong has said he was even surprised they were leading Hearts of Oak 3-0 in the first half of the 2016/2017 MTN FA Cup final in Tamale. Striker Sadick Adams was on song for Asante Kotoko with three goals as they won the 2017 MTN FA Cup at the expense of arch-rivals Hearts of Oak on Sunday. The 27-year-old’s first-half hat-trick led the Porcupine Warriors to a stunning 3-1 win at the Tamale Stadium and gave Steven Polack, who was uncertain about his future ahead of the final, his first major silverware as head coach…

Ghana Premier League Asante Kotoko have begun negotiations to sign Ghana U17 starlet Ibrahim Sulley who reportedly failed trails at European giants Bayern Munich in August. Sulley, 15, is said to be on the radar of some European clubs following his incredible display for Ghan at the just ended FIFA U17 World Cup in India. Despite failing to seal a deal with Bayern Munich, widespread reports in the Ghanaian media suggest some key European clubs have targeted Ghanaian youngster hoping to sign him in the January transfer window. But Kotoko Business mogul DeChris tells Asempa FM the Porcupine Warriors are…

Asante Kotoko Chairman Dr. Kwame Kyei has said his outfit is ready to negotiate a permanent deal with Coach Steve Pollack. Following Sunday’s MTN FA Cup victory over arch rivals Accra Hearts of Oak, Chief of the club disclosed management will soon be sitting down with the English gaffer. ‘’I gave the team a target to win the league by failed .This achievement is equally a good one and we thank God. Kudos to the entire for the performance’’. The Coach? ‘’He should be staying. We are ready to keep him so it depends on him’’ said Dr. Kwame Kyei…

Despite joining Asante Kotoko for the second round of the season Adams has finished the season as his club’s top goalscorer netting 10 goals in 12 games in all competitions. The innate goalscorer also clinched the Golden Boot award in the FA Cup scoring the most goals – 5 – and he needed just three games to do so. His goals came against NEA Salamina in the quater-final stage, against Medeama in the semi-finals before wrapping things up with a brilliant hat trick in the final match against Accra Hearts of Oak. Adams and Kotoko won two trophies this season…

The Public Relations Officer of Asante Kotoko,  Obed Acheampong, says ”all things  being equal” the Porcupine warriors will sign a fresh deal with English trainer Steve Pollack ahead of the 2017/2018 season. The former Berekum Chelsea gaffer replaced Croatian trainer Zdravko Logarusic in May and has been able to win the president cup and will play the final of the MTN FA Cup with their bitterest rivals Hearts of Oak at the Tamale Sports Stadium on October 29. The future of the humble coach remains unknown despite expressing desire to stay at the club once handed the green light at…

Asante Kotoko head coach George Steve Polack is unhappy with the state of his contract status with the record premier league title holders, describing his future at the club as being in the balance. Polack who took over the job after Croatian gaffer Dzravko Lugarusic was fired in April for poor run of results, was appointed on interim basis to handle the club till the end of the 2017 league season, with an option to extend with one additional year. Kotoko however is yet to open negotiations with the former Berekum Chelsea manager regarding his contract with the club, a…

Kumasi Asante cruised to the grand finale of this year’s FA Cup by beating Medeama SC by a lone goal in the second semi-final match played on Monday at the Len Clay Sports Stadium. Substitute Saddick Adams scored the only goal of the game during extra time of play through a goal mouth melee. Hearts of Oak had earlier defeated WA All Stars 2-1 in the first semi-final match at the same venue on Sunday. Come October 29 the finals between Hearts and Kotoko will come off at the Tamale Sports Stadium.

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