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Should Kotoko sign Samuel Inkoom after an excellent performance by teenage Augustine Agyapong.

Sekondi-Takoradi born, Samuel Inkoom who played for the red army in 2008-2009 before sealing a big-money move to Swiss giants FC Basel is reported to reunite with the Porcupine Warriors in the next transfer window in Ghana.

Inkoom a member of U'20 World Cup winning squad at Egypt has endured a journeyman career since he turned a professional player.

The outstanding right-back during coach Bashiru Hayford's era at Kotoko is currently a free agent after serving a contract with Georgian top-flight FC Torpedo Kutaisi and it's rumoured in the media that he would sign for Kotoko in the middle of the season.

Inkoom scored a goal in his 16 appearance for his former club in Georgia.

The member of Milo's team at 2010 World Cup was banned by FIFA, the Players' Status Panel at FIFA judged a contract dispute between Inkoom and his agent Andy Evans in 2014.

Teenage right-back from Division 2 side Delsamco in the Bono and Ahafo Region, Augustine Agyapong has greatly impressed head coach, Dr. Ogum and the numerous supporters of Kotoko.

He has been able to secure first team spot under Dr. Ogum after a splendid performance at Dormaa Ahenkro against Aduana Stars during the new year.

The big question by editors of is that, should Nana Yaw Amponsah sign veteran right-back Samuel Inkoom after management has been pleased with the performance of the teenage right-back, Augustine Agyapong.

All factors considered, the veteran defender might play for Kotoko without any contract fee and it's reported that a member of Board of Directors recommended to Nana Yaw Amponsah to sign the experience right-back to help the team achieve it's goals and objectives this season.

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