Asante Kotoko fans have dispatched a searing assault on Mubarak Wakaso after the dubious midfielder responded furiously over a revealed move to the Ghanaian monsters on Tuesday.
Devotees of one of Ghana's most lovable clubs are fuming with inside and out rage, dispatching a shot at the previous Jiangsu Suning F.C midfielder over his unmatured response.
The 30-year-old, who is on a profession life-uphold with the Dark Stars, following the collapsing up of Chinese side Jiangsu FC, has dispatched a hair-raising outburst at the nation's driving football site, GHANAsoccernet.com over the reportage.
Tenable paper Locater Sports investigated Tuesday that ,the previous Panathinaikos and Espanyol midfielder is surrounding a transition to the nearby goliaths.
The reports seems to have caused some disruption as the inconsistent midfielder took alert to the breeze to communicate his outrage regarding being connected with a deal to the double cross African bosses.
Given that the gossip twirl is ordinary and an acknowledged practice internationally, the outburst from the dubious midfielder has started shock among Asante Kotoko fans.
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