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Kotoko chairman leaves for further Sunderland talks

Posted On Thursday, 22nd November 2012

Kotoko signed the partnership agreement with Sunderland last year

Dr K.K Sarpong has left for the UK to continue with discussions over Asante Kotoko’s partnership agreement with Sunderland.

The champions signed a partnership deal with the English club over a wide range of sectors including areas of coaching, youth development and infrastructure.

The Kotoko chairman will be made to defend a list of proposed areas of the deal which will require the financial and logistical assistance of Sunderland.

“I am leaving to Sunderland soon for discussions over our agreement deal,” Dr Sarpong told Angel FM.

“There (Sunderland) had us present to them a wish list and that is what I will be going to discuss with officials of Sunderland.”

Kotoko have commenced construction of a hostel facility for their youth side and will be looking to do same for the senior team in future.

Source: MTNFootball.com

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. Phrank Kente @ Teshie says:

    all the best Dr Sarpong….and we ( Fabu Fans ) know you will not come empty hand….Fabu the best..

  2. Don Justy says:

    Hard work pays Dr. We appreciate ur efforts to lift our dear club to new heights. Ayekoo, ma Onyankopon nka wo ho.

  3. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    ASK THEM TO HELP U BUILD A STADIUM N STOP THE DELAY TACTICS. THERE IS NO REASON WHY KOTOKO CANT BE THE PREMIER CLUB IN AFRICA IN TERMS OF PLAYERS, FACILITIES N MONEY…..MAKE WILD…..WE NEED A CLUB STADIUM.U HVE EXHAUSTED YOUR LEASE AT BABA YARA…OVERSTAY!

  4. Don Justy says:

    @ Gh fuo, u don’t need to b shouting to say this. Writing in caps is known as shoutting in computing.

  5. GH FUO, THINK BIG!!! says:

    DON, BEFORE SOME IDIOT CAME TO TELL U WRITING IN CAPS ONLINE MEANT SHOUTING. GUESS WHAT, WE ALL USED TO WRITE IN CAPS ON PIECES OF PAPER, DIDNT WE? WAS THAT ALSO CONSIDERED SHOUTING THEN?

    FYI: NOBODY CARES





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