Record Ghana league champions, Asante Kotoko, have confirmed the comeback of six players who suffered various kinds of injuries prior to the start of the Premier League.
These players missed the opening league game against WAFA at the Sogakope Park when they bowed down to a 2-0 defeat.
Physiotherapist, Jerry Newton, confirmed to the club’s website that the players have recovered from their sustain injuries and will be available for selection in their next match against Medeama SC.
“Defender Emmanuel Asante; midfielder, Randoff Kwasi Nti and Frank Sarfo Gyamfi as well as strikers Dauda Mohammed, Kwame Boateng and Adzeko Mandela have recovered from their various injuries,” he disclosed to Asantekotokosc.com
He said the medical team have released these players to the team and could feature if Coach David Duncan feels the need to include them in his set-up.
With defender Edwin Tuffour, he said his earlier reported date has been extended after they assessed his situation.
“Defender Edwin Tuffour Frimpong also suffered a grade-one hamstring strain on his left thigh in that same match but he lucky Monday’s assessment proved he would be out for two weeks as earlier predicted.”
This will come as refreshing news to the Kotoko fraternity as they look to bounce back from their opening day loss.