George Abege joined Asante Kotoko from Kenya-based Kariobangi Sharks in 2018 but was released just a year into his three-year contract in Kumasi but the Ugandan who is a still a Kotoko fan wants the club to improve in the areas of youth team and facilities.
“There are some loopholes in Kotoko. From outside if you look at it you can admire a lot but once you go inside the club you realize there are loopholes” Abege is quoted to have told Wontumi Radio.
“They need to invest a lot in the youth football. Right now if you look at their U20 team there are only few players and the U17 did not exist when I was there” the lanky striker added.
“In terms of facilities I think its good they have a bus and somehow organized club. They have a training pitch but there are still many things to be done at the training ground in order to be called a big club” he added.
Meanwhile Asante Kotoko board of directors- who are yet to name a CEO following the dissolution of the old management team of George Amoako – have been mandated by Otumfour Osei Tutu II the set up an academy for the club.