Newly appointed Kumasi Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Nana Yaw Amponsah has said that his long-term plan for the Kumasi based club is to make the club like fellow Ghana Premier League side, West African Football Academy (WAFA).
The former Phar Rangers president has been tipped by pundits to restore the club’s lost glories. Some also have doubted his pedigree and credentials to change the fortunes of the porcupine warriors.
According to him, despite his desire to take Africa by storm and also make the club attractive to sponsors, his long-term plan is to replicate the WAFA model in Kotoko.
“In the long-term, I want to make Kotoko like WAFA in the next five years,” he said
He stressed that there is the need for the club to boast of standard facilities and quality players who can be marketed for good money to help transform the club.
Nana Yaw Amponsah has also targeted eight home based-stars, including Shafiu Mumuni and Joseph Esso to ensure the porcupine warriors dominate in Ghana and Africa.
He revealed that, this was his short-term plan for Kotoko as he warmed himself into his three-year mandate to restore the glorious days of the local giants.
“I want to build a CHAN team in the next two years. That is my short-term plan for the club,”
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