Kwame Poku popularly known by the Kumasi sports presenters as ‘Bayie’. The player was outstanding in the Kotoko lineup, looking at the chap, he is very talented. As a nimble footed player, there must be smart offers for such a striker.
We saw his impressive play in the game against Hearts of Oak and his Africa matches. It was the best way to go as a team to keep the player for the next season to come.
The player got a mouth watering deal which forced the management of the club to sell him. But Nana Yaw Amponsah upon spending a lot on some foreign Brazilians and free agent players with a Portuguese coach Marriano Barreto. He decided to cash in on this player to reduce some debts.
The North African teams normally comes with huge figures to make you swollen headed, but at the end will not pay off all the fee. If Krobea Asante Kotoko will be careful, then they need to check their deals with these clubs.
First was Kwame Bonsu Conte, which brought a lot of brouhaha in the country and the team at large. But didn’t learn from it now it is Kwame Poku whose half signing off fee have not been paid. Opoku joined the Algiers based side in April 2021 from the Ghanaian in a deal reported to be around US$300,000 in a four-and-a-half year contract.
Without his money been paid, he is determined and keeps working as a player who needs a better future.
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