Roboost midfielder, Richard Boadu has been suspended for the Ghana Premier League week 27 clash against away at West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) SC this weekend.
Information reaching us through Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM suggest the player has accumulated a number Yellow cards that will see him out of the match.
The Porcupine Warriors has loss their last two games in the Ghana Premier League with a 2-1 away defeat in Tamale against Real Tamale United FC in week 25.
Kotoko again loss their subsequent game at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi to former coach Maxwell Konadu’s Legon Cities FC by a 3-1.
This has been the first time the Porcupine Warriors have loss two consecutive matches in the Ghana Premier League this campaign but still has a healthy seven points lead at the top of the league table after 26 games with 52 points.
Boadu has been very successful at the club since he joined from Tarkwa-based Ghana Premier League team Medeama SC before the start of the season.
He’s been key in midfield for the team since he joined and has been a pivot in the absence of some key players in the team missing either through injury or suspension.
Kotoko will be looking for their first win in the league since they last beat Accra Hearts of Oak SC at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium in Kumasi in the week 24 clash.
Sogakope Lads, West Africa Football Academy (WAFA) SC are a relegation threatened side and are expected to give Kotoko a very good run for their money this weekend.