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Sunderland officials to visit Kotoko in October

Posted On Monday, 12th August 2013
Kotoko will host Sunderland in October

Kotoko will host Sunderland in October

Sunderland officials will pay a working visit to Asante Kotoko in October, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.

Officials of the English outfit will tour the offices and projects being embarked on by the Ghanaian powerhouse.

They will inspect projects at the club’s Adako Jachie training grounds and also pay a royal visit to his Majesty Otumfuor Osei Tutu 11.

The Adako Jachie project which involves the club’s multi-purpose office complex and three-storey Kotoko Academy House saw a massive facelift during the tenure of ex-chief Dr Kofi Kodua Sarpong.

Kotoko are beginning to reap the benefit of their partnership agreement signed with the English outfit in 2011.

The Black Cats will offer practical support and advice in youth coaching, player development, fitness and medical matters, and football business strategy to the two-time African Champions.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. GHFUO, BE SERIOUS NOT PRIDEFUL! says:

    ASK THEM TO HELP U BUILD A CLUB STADIUM. ASK THEM TO HELP U RUN THE CLUB LIKE SUNDERLAND….MERCHANDISE, WEBSITE, BUSINESS AFILIATIONS, SPONSORS ETC…I DONT EVEN KNOW WHY KOTOKO IS WORKING WITH SUNDERLAND. COULDNT U HAVE DEALT WITH MAN U OR LIVERPOOL OR CHELSEA?





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