Ghana Soccer | League Sunday | England League | League Fantasy | Spain League | Italy League | Nigeria League | Germany League | Football | Soccer | Ghana Soccernet
unibank logo

Subscribe to our RSS FeedGhana Soccer | League Sunday | England League | League Fantasy | Spain League | Italy League | Nigeria League | Germany League | Football | Soccer | Ghana Soccernet

TP Mazembe make $200,000 offer to Kotoko for Frimpong

Posted On Thursday, 27th September 2012
TP Mazembe make $200,000 offer to Kotoko for Frimpong

Frimpong wanted by TP Mazembe

T.P Mazembe have offered $200,000 to sign defender Yaw Frimpong from Asante Kotoko, GHANAsoccernet.com can exclusively reveal.

The 25-year-old was one of last season’s star performers in Kotoko’s impressive run to Premier League success.

The right-back’s performance has alerted several clubs of his quality of which the DR Congo giants have tabled an official bid for his services.

It is however unknown if Kotoko will be willing to let go of Frimpong especially with the start of their Premier League title defence on the horizon.

Kotoko have already lost influential defender Awal Mohammed and thus another departure especially at the rear could hurt their chances this season.

The Kumasi-based club also aim to make a huge impact upon their return to the CAF Champions League following their league success last term.

Frimpong played for Gomoa Fetteh Feyenoord and Ivorian club Asec Mimosas before joining Kotoko in 2011.

Related Images

READERS COMMENTS

  1. Dr Who says:

    If kotoko will sell its key players then it has no business to play the CAF champs league.

  2. Owusu Isaac says:

    I’m pleading to management not to sell Frimpong. We need Him so much.

  3. joe atiso says:

    This is an insult for Kotoko to entertain selling a key player for a paltry sum of $200,000. The selling of players to other teams in Africa by Ghanaian clubs must cease and desist.How do you expect to compete with these teams in continental competitions?Our football administrators must find ways of raising funds to run their clubs other than wholesale off-loading of our best and up and coming players.It is no wonder our local league is a pale shadow of itself. Attendance at our premier league matches have been dwindling for the past 10 years and counting. We really need government intervention in the form of financial assistance to our local clubs and laws to ban the arbitrary selling of our best players to our competitors. What a shame!

  4. gas ucc says:

    if we sell our key player to a club that we are going to compete in the same competition,the we are not serious.we look forward to see what doctor kk and management will say!

  5. quophai says:

    Under no condition shd we sell Frimpong. I am om that Nii is living, he has served Kotoko well over the yrs and is replaceable. But Frimpong is not replaceable, at least not for now. He plays like Nkoom and i kn with a little more exposure, he will be a big hit in Europe. Pls don’t sell Frimpong…

  6. osei philip says:

    how can ghanaian clubs sell their players to a club in congo.. I mean how ..this is seriously war torn country… Well de players r to be blamed 4 agreein 2 such offers.

  7. jatt says:

    guys ,let frempon come enjoy the big team in the world

  8. jatt says:

    guys ,let FRIMPONG COME ENJOY THE HORNEY IN THE BIGGEST TEAM IN AFRICA,THERE IS BIG EXPOSURE IN THAT AREA.





Click Here For All Latest football news.

Live Radio

http://ghanasoccernet.com/new/images/banners/onair.gif 

Live TV

http://ghanasoccernet.com/new/images/banners/onair.gif

RELATED NEWS

LATEST HEADLINES

GHALCA chairman praises Medeama for Confed Cup exploits thumbnail

GHALCA chairman praises Medeama for Confed Cup exploits

Ghana League Clubs Association chairman Alhaji Aliu Raji has heaped praise on Medeama for continuing to carry the flag of Ghana high in Africa.
Ghana U17 to play German side Westphalia today at 4-nation tourney in Nambia thumbnail

Ghana U17 to play German side Westphalia today at 4-nation tourney in Nambia

Ghana’s U17 will play German side Westphalia on Wednesday afternoon in their opener at the biennial four-nation tournament in Namibia.
2014 World Cup: Injury scare as Majeed Waris suffers calf problem in training thumbnail

2014 World Cup: Injury scare as Majeed Waris suffers calf problem in training

Valenciennes talisman Abdul Majeed Waris is a doubt for Sunday’s crucial Ligue 1 match against Nantes after picking up a calf injury in training on Tuesday.
GHALCA set to clinch bumper deal with SuperSport for Top 8 and President's Cup thumbnail

GHALCA set to clinch bumper deal with SuperSport for Top 8 and President's Cup

The Ghana League Clubs Association is on the verge of sealing a sponsorship with SuperSport for the Top 8 tournament and the President’s Cup.
2014 World Cup: Ghana defender John Boye returns to action to steer Rennes to French Cup final thumbnail

2014 World Cup: Ghana defender John Boye returns to action to steer Rennes to French Cup final

Ghana defender John Boye returned to the starting team of Rennes on Tuesday night and helped them to seal a 3-2 victory over Angers to reach the French Cup final.
VIDEO: Watch Asamoah Gyan's double for Al Ain in Asian Champs Lge thumbnail

VIDEO: Watch Asamoah Gyan's double for Al Ain in Asian Champs Lge

Watch Asamoah Gyan's two goals for Al Ain in the Asian Champions League on a night they thumped Lakhwiya 5-0 remain on top of Group C.
Loading...