Asante Kotoko and Accra Hearts of Oak are in injury woes as they face a lot crises in their line up. Their condition has been worse considering the presence of their key players in injury bed for treatment. Daniel Kodie, Mamane Lawali, Nurudeen Aziz are all injury prone players and deserves to get a better treat while these player at Hearts keeps suffering, Kayekeh of Asante Kotoko has had a new injury which makes them difficult to bear. It is in the bad condition of the player as his injury can not be found by any doctor and has stick to herbal treatment at home. His transfer was confirmed by the club Wednesday, the same day they started preparations for the season, which is expected to start in November. The confirmation ends months of speculation about the midfielder’s future after excelling in the truncated 2019/20 season for Karela United. He made 11 appearances for Karela and was adjudged man of the match in three games. Keyekeh joined Karela United from UniStar Soccer Academy.
Emmanuel Keyekeh, Kwame Adom Frimpong and Ibrahim Osman could not recover from their respective injuries and hence will not be available for selection. However, Keyekeh who joined Asante Kotoko last year from Karela United confident he will recover from the injury and finish the season strongly.
‘It has not been easy for me, but God in control, am gradually recovering from it, and very soon my fans and Asante Kotoko fans will see me” he told Samuel Enyan in a private chat. ‘ I have missed my teammate, and I believe I will return fully by his Grace” he added. Kotoko is currently top of the league log with 23 points after 13 games. Asante Kotoko midfielder Emmanuel Keyekeh says he will return in better shape from his injury to finish the season in style. The Porcupine Warriors have registered only one win in their last three games, losing two and winning one. Stop gap Coach Johnson Smith recorded a win at Dawu against Dreams FC but they were pegged back by Al Hilal on Wednesday. Their lead striker Kwame Poku has gone four games without scoring and that would be a major worry for the technical team.
Osman Ibrahim who gave them the winner against Legon Cities has not shown consistency in the season. Patrick Asmah and Moro Ibrahim give them options at left back with Habib Mohammed, Yusif Mubarik, Ismael Ganiu and Wahab Adams competing for places in central defence.
It has been a big blow to the Fabulous and Phobian giants to make sure that they succeed but they less attention has beign on player treatment. These were once in the history first club teams in the world, the centurion and the continental club masters should have their personal doctors and a club clinic with specialized workers. Kotoko have lost midfielders Emmanuel Keyekeh and Mudasiru Salifu to injuries. But Latif Anabila, Kwame Adom Frimpong, Muniru Sulley and Godfred Asiamah have slotted in calmly for them. Last season, Prince Opoku Agyemang scored to hand Medeama SC a 1-0 win against Asante Kotoko at the Akoon park.
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