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Southampton to display their partnership with Kotoko at the St Mary's park when they play Wolves.

By Kwameodey7 | self meida writer
Published 24 days ago - 4302 views

Southampton will display their partnership with Kotoko at the St Mary's park in their game against Wolves.

Kumase Asante Kotoko has signed a partnership deal with Southampton football club which is based in England. In a live interview of two management members of Kotoko on the CEEK video platform, they told the fans that Kotoko's name will be displayed by the English club at their stadium in their game against Wolves to show support to their partners Kotoko who will also be playing Es Setif in the CAF confederations cup.

Communication director David Obeng Nyarko and Amoateng Dentaa made this known on their CEEK platform. They also reiterated that, this is the first of many things to come for the Ghanaian based club from their partners. We understand that an exchange program is also underway so as to allow the local players to have a foreign exposure and have a chance to train with the best of trainers and coaches.

A virtual fundraising platform has also been launched by the management to raise funds for the club. We all know the effect the covid has brought on the teams.

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