Friday, February 15, 2008


Story: Kwame Asare Boadu, Kumasi

KUMASI Asante Kotoko travel to Sunyani on Sunday to engage B/A United in a friendly match at the Coronation Park.
Kotoko, who are leading the Onetouch Premier League, will use the match to prepare for the resumption of the league next week, while United, now under a new management, will also use the game to assess their players for the upcoming Division One League which they have vowed to go through successfully to return to the elite division.
Kotoko are in one of their best forms in recent times, and when they field players like leading scorer, Eric Bekoe, Nana Arhin Duah, Kobina Dodzie and Harrison Afful, United could be in serious trouble.
However, Mr Charles Kwadwo Ntim, aka Micky Charles, Chief Executive Officer of United, told the Daily Graphic on telephone from his base in Sunyani that they were out to give Kotoko a shock of their lives.
He said much as United respected Kotoko as a great side, they had devised the strategy to overcome them on Sunday.
Mr Ntim said United had recruited two quality players to beef up the existing squad for the coming season. They are Italy-based Roy Arthur and Jude Tettey from Heart of Lions.

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