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Kumasi-based club, Asante Kotoko Sporting Club (SC) as part of its preparations towards the upcoming season of the Ghana Premier League (GPL) travelled to Asian country, United Arab Emirates (UAE). The team played a preseason friendly game against UAE's Second Division side, Al Hilal United Football United (FC)
Unfortunately, Asante Kotoko lost its game against the Emirati side by a lone goal. Fans of rival club, Accra Hearts of Oak Sporting Club (SC) could not stop trolling The Porcupine Warriors for losing its preseason friendly against a Division Two side.
Check below for the Starting XI of The Porcupine Warriors:
Image Credit: @AsanteKotoko_SC on Twitter
Mr. John Dumelo, an ardent supporter of the Accra-based club took to his Twitter handle to troll Asante Kotoko. Mr. Dumelo wrote, "You travelled all the way to Dubai for them to score you? Pre-losing season".
Check below for the tweet:
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