Former Bechem United attacker, Abedego Tetteh has revealed interest from Ghanaian powerhouses Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko. The ex- Al Hilal striker is currently in Ghana to relaunch his career after terminating his contract with the Sudanese side. Kotoko
Defender Abeiku Ainooson has been granted permission to move elsewhere after falling out at Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko. Kotoko are not willing to extend the contract of the defender whose deal with the Club have expired.
Kotoko defender Ahmed Adams has reportedly refused an offer from Ghana Premier League Champions Aduana Stars. Aduana Stars are said to have contacted the player to join the Club ahead of the team’s campaign in Africa next year. Adams was
Kotoko Coach Steve Polack has embarked on short holidays in his native country England. Polack flew out of the country on Saturday night to the UK where he will be spending some weeks with his family. The Englishman is expected
Accra Hearts of Oak fans have the 2004 CAF CONFEDERATION CUP victory over Asante Kotoko as the Greatest Game in the club's 106-year history. The most memorable games in the club's history were whittled to four choices, namely: Hearts
Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, owner of Ghanaian giants Asante Kotoko has hailed the Club's CEO Dr.Kwame Kyei for his efforts in ensuring the Porcupine Warriors attain better heights. Dr. Kwame Kyei was mandated by his royal highness (Otumfuo Osei