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Former Burkina Faso manager Kamou Malo is expected to join Ghana Premier League team Asante Kotoko.

Due to Prosper Narteh Ogum's resignation as head coach, the Porcupine Warriors are willing to pay Kamou Malo $6000 per month in compensation.

As a result of his verbal resignation from the Kumasi Asante Kotoko Board, Prosper Narteh is leaving for Sudan.

After a meeting by the Board of Directors to persuade the former WAFA head trainer to stay, Kamou Malo of Burkina Faso is a potential alternative for Dr. Prosper Narteh Ogum.

However, the Best Coach in Ghana insisted that he cannot work with the club owing to how Nana Yaw Amponsah's administration has treated him.

Even though Malo had guided the Stallions to the semi-finals of the AFCON in Cameroon, where they were defeated by eventual champion Senegal, the Federation Burkinabe de Football (FBF) opted not to extend Malo's contract in March 2022.

Since taking over the reins of the stallions in 2019, Malo has been credited with leading the squad to recent victories, notably their remarkable performance at the most recent AFCON.

Prior to this, he served as the head coach of Real Club Kadiogo, where he led the team to back-to-back Burkinabe league and FA Cup victories in 2012 and 2016.

Dango Ouattara, the winger who scored the game-winning goal against Tunisia is one of the local players Malo has promoted.

A report by Kumasi-based Pure FM claims that Asante Kotoko is set to appoint former Burkina Faso head coach, Kamou Malo a police officer by profession.

Malo is anticipated to guide the team in their CAF Club tournament, which is set to begin in September. After winning the Ghana Premier League, the club will represent the nation in that league's 2022–23 season.

For the men's Coach of the Year award in July 2022, Kamou Malo of Burkina Faso was nominated alongside Carlos Quieroz of Egypt, Florent Ibenge of RS Berkane, Vahid Halihodzic of Morocco, Walid Regragui of Wydad, Aliou Cisse of Senegal, Amir Abdou of Comoros, and Tom Saintfiet (Gambia).

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