Kotoko present trophies to MTN

Kotoko present trophies

Managers of Asante Kotoko have presented the two trophies they won in the 2016/17 season to telecommunication giants and club sponsor, MTN at their head office in Accra. Kotoko beat Hearts of Oak in July and October this year to win both the President Cup and the MTN FA Cup respectively. As a ritual anytime they win major trophies, the fabulous club presents them to their headline sponsor. Thus, they were at the premises of MTN to let them have a feel of the two silverwares. Accra Representative, Thomas Boakye…

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Aduana and Kotoko to send names to CAF by December 31.


Reigning Ghana Premier League champions Aduana Stars as well as 2016/2017 MTN FA Cup winners Kumasi Asante Kotoko have until December 31, 2017 to submit their list the CAF Champions League as well as the Confederations Cup. Footballmadeinghana.com can reveal that the African football ruling body has giving all the clubs on the continent who will be participating in the two elite competitions the last day of 2017 as the deadline to send the names of the players they will use in the competition to their outfit for registration. However,…

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Arthur reveals reasons for joining Azam FC


Ghana striker Bernard Arthur has disclosed reasons which made him to sign for Tanzanian champions Azam United. Arthur was the best player in a struggling Liberty Professionals team which only survived relegation on the final day of the 2016/2017 season. The exploits of the burly striker made Tanzanian giants Azam FC to make an offer for him though several club in and outside Ghana were also after his signature. “I choose Azam FC because the offer was good and there are four Ghanaian players in the team and it will…

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Tamale Sports Stadium deserves to be named after Mahama-Sarfo


  The National Sports Authority boss Robert Sarfo Mensah has rubbished assertions that the the Tamale Sports Stadium should not be named in honor of Ghana’s late former Vice President Alhaji Aliu Mahama The NSA director says the Ex-Vice President contributed a lot to the development of football in Ghana and therefore deserves to have such privilege. ”The late Aliu Mahama was a sports enthusiasts who loves the development of football in the country. We know what he did with Real Tamale United (RTU) and based on that several talents…

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Kotoko present MTN FA Cup trophy to Asantehene

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Members of the Kumasi Asante Kotoko SC fraternity on Wednesday visited the patron of the club, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II to deliver the MTN FA Cup Trophy they won to him. Executive Chairman of the Club, Dr. Kwame Kyei led the team to the Manyhia palace together with the rest of his management which included operations manager Ernest Owusu Ansah, Lawyer Kwaku Boafo, Head of the Communications Obed Acheampong and the Greater Accra representatives of the club Thomas Boakye Agyemang. The technical team headed by Steve Polack and his deputy…

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I knew of my hattrick over Hearts-Adams


Kumasi Asante Kotoko striker Sadick Adams says he was confident of scoring a hat trick against eternal rivals Accra Hearts of Oak in the grand finale of the 2017 MTN FA Cup on Sunday. The former Atletico Madrid young prodigy tormented Accra Hearts of Oak for ninety minutes as he banged in a three first half goals which ensured that his side lifted the glittering trophy and also book a place in the CAF Confederations Cup. Adams who joined Kotoko for the second round of the 2016/2017 Ghana Premier League…

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MTN FA Cup is more attractive than the GPL-Takyi Arhin


Division One League Board member, Takyi Arhin sees the MTN FA Cup as more attractive as compared to the Ghana Premier League. The renowned football administrator is convinced that the FA Cup is well organized as the organizers always create the awareness and make sure it becomes attractive to the people of Ghana. “We must congratulate Kurt ES Okraku and his committee for the good work done and as I always say, this is one committee year in year out they improve upon what they do and it is all…

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It has been a difficult season-Amos Frimpong


Kumasi Asante Kotoko captain Amos Frimpong admits they had a very difficult season despite winning the FA Cup. Frimpong stated that they didnt start the season well as they faced challenges though they recovered from those setbacks to end the season on the high. “The 2016\17 season was a hard season for us until we won the FA Cup. I can say it was not easy though we ended well by lifting the FA Cup,” Frimpong told footballmadeinghana.com “Our performance from the start was not encouraging as a lot was…

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We must keep Frank Nuttall-Frank Nelson


The board member of Accra Hearts of Oak, Frank Nelson insists that the Phobians must keep Frank Nuttall. Nelson reiterated that the 3-1 defeat to Kotoko in the MTN FA Cup finals in Tamale on Sunday has nothing to do with the coach as the Phobians were simply not at their best. “You can prepare well but and it might not go the way you want so I don’t think it is something to do with the coach. “Nelson told footballmadeinghana.com “We need to build the team, we need to…

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As Sadick Adams ran, clenched fist pumping the air, jumping and hugging some of his victorious Kotoko teammates, their Phobian counterparts fell to the ground with face buried in their labored palms beneath the punishing Tamale sun. That pretty much aptly sums up all that happened in the #Unmissable – the MTN FA Cup final – played at the Tamale Stadium yesterday. Asante Kotoko brought on their ‘A’ show as three first half goals from marksman Sadick Adams hit Accra Hearts of Oak for six with the latter only getting…

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