Asante kotoko SC declared support for Richmond Lamptey. From the official Facebook page of Asante Kotoko supporting Club, the club posted a statement which declares the intention to support Richmond Lamptey
Asante kotoko SC stated:
"The attention of the club has been drawn to a decision of the disciplinary committee of the Ghana football association banning its player Richmond Lamptey what a period of 30 months
The alleged misconduct of the player is said to have occurred at the time he played for inter allies Football club".
"The player was charged by Ghana football association at the beginning of the 2021/2022 football season at a time the club have sign on the player. The club supported the player through the prosecution process and will continue to lend its support to the player at this time until finality is brought to the matter" the club added this to their statement.
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