Asante Kotoko SC midfielder, Kwame Adom Frimpong, has regained fitness again after going on the periphery on the grounds of health. Team doctors Declared him not fit to play some consecutive matches.
The sparkling midfielder have missed more than four matches in the ongoing Ghana Premier League. Adom Frimpong has been a starter for the Porcupines from the start of 2020/21 season.
His comeback into Asante Kotoko team will solidify the midfield following his impressive showings in the League. Frimpong have shown glimpses of greatness to help Asante Kotoko reclaim its pre-eminent position among the elite clubs of Africa.
His remorseless effort to prove enough goals for the team will be seen back on the pitch as He set back to fit as confirmed by team medical staff.
The Fabregas-esque midfielder will join Asante Kotoko after the Karela game on Sunday. Other players like Osman Ibrahim and Emmanuel Kayekeh are yet to recover from their respective injuries.
Kotoko being one of the sensational football club in Ghana , awaits Kwame Adom to join back the squad to train ahead of their next game.
Story by: S. A. Kingsley.
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