Kumasi Asante Kotoko are second on the league log in the Ghana Premier League. They have joint points with league leaders Accra Hearts of Oak. Both clubs have amassed 50 points in 29 matches.
The fabulous beat Inter Allies by 3-2 to draw parity with the phobians. Emmanuel Gyamfi, Evans Adomako and Kwadwo Appau Andrew were the scorers for the red and black giants. “Eleven is to one” boys also scored twice in the game and their scorers were Alex Aso and Andy Okpe.
After the game, fabulous midfielder Emmanuel Gyamfi was found guilty of a misconduct against Inter Allies midfielder Andy Okpe and he has been referred to the disciplinary committee of the GFA.
Ex Kotoko supporters chief Kweku Amponsah has pleaded with the Disciplinary Committee to temper justice with mercy by considering a fine instead of a sanction. These were his words “Emmanuel Gyamfi should be fined and not be suspended. I totally agree to the charge from the GFA, I plead with them not to sanction him so he will not miss the two games against Karela and Hearts”, he added.
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