Kotoko arrives in Ghana after been dumped out of the CAF champions league competition.
The team of Kumase Asante Kotoko has arrived back in Ghana after their match against Al Hillal was called off in Sudan. CAF gave the Sudanese side a walk over on Kotoko due to the latter's inability to field the required number of players for a football game as per the CAF corona virus regulation.
They have dropped into second tier CAF confederations cup and have drawn against Algerian side ES Setif.
Kotoko has reportedly lodged in a protest to CAF over some foul play in the results of the test. They now turn their attention to the Ghana premier league. They face Liberty Proffessionals on Monday for their eighth game in the league.
They are on 9 points and lies th on the league log. A win will take them all the way into the top four on the league table.
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