The Ghana premier league has openly become a beacon of surprises with the current trend of signings been sanctioned by various clubs.
This has however spelled out the intent of these various clubs to beef up their respective squad for the second round to either secure a spot in the league, escape relegation and to possibly land that opportunity to step up in Africa.
Asante Kotoko supporters are dreaming of a deadly attack now that they've signed Brazilian striker Vinicius who is expected to team up with countryman Fabio Gama and new striker Sarfo Taylor.
Kotoko hope to annex the Ghana Premier League title this season and return to Caf inter-club competition next season after being kicked out by Al Hilal and E.S Setif in Champions League and Confederation Cup respectively.
The departure of tops marksman Kwame Poku has evidently left a huge gab in the attacking force of the porcupine warriors.
New signings made by the club will somehow exit that burden and worry with the depth of class and skill that has been drafted onto the squad.
Can we then say the league has been evidently swept by the porcupine warriors?
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