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Ahmed Toure to stage Asante Kotoko comeback?

Posted On Tuesday, 13th August 2013
Ahmed Toure wants a return to Asante Kotoko

Ahmed Toure wants a return to Asante Kotoko

Striker Ahmed Toure is set to stage a return to Asante Kotoko, according to reports in the local media.

The Burkinabe according to word on the street is already in Kumasi to hold talks with Kotoko officials over his return.

The 26-year-old ditched the Premier League champions unceremoniously with some few months left to run on his contract to join Egyptian club El Gouna in 2012.

Toure had disciplinary issues with then Kotoko coach Maxwell Kionadu – leading to his informal exit from the club.

But the former Ghana Premier League MVP wants to return to Porcupine Warriors haven failed to hit his strides elsewhere.

He will be holding talks with Kotoko officials who appear willing to take a chance on him especially with the departure of striker Kofi Nti-Boakye.

The player who was a fans favourite will however be required to pass a mandatory club medical if an agreement is reached to seal his return to Kotoko.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Dr Who says:

    Toure can be welcomed back but must maintain some level of discipline.

  2. Nonsense!! we dont want him back.aappuut))))!!

  3. Clement says:

    Never Say Never,,,,he is Welcomed

  4. alfred mc-kenzie says:

    somebody who went for trials all over egypt,and tunisia is good for kotoko!what team was he playing for after leaving kotoko?

  5. GHFUO, BE SERIOUS NOT PRIDEFUL! says:

    GIVE HIM A CHANCE BUT HE MUST BE DISCIPLINED.
    CONFIDENCE, DISCIPLINE N PREPARATION ARE THE KEYS TO SUCCESS!…PLUS LIFT METAL





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