Ghanaian giant Kumasi Asante Kotoko according to latest report has informed their striker Evans Adomako to stay away from the club pre- season training.
Report says, the former Phar Rangers striker has been informed by the club that he won’t b part of the current squad for the coming season.
Adomako who joined the Porcupine Warriors two seasons ago is expected to find a new club to join before the close of the transfer window.
According to insight report, the Porcupine Warriors has no plan in sending the striker to turkey for their pre- season.
Evans Adomako has been struggling for regular playing time since joining the Porcupine Warriors from Phar Rangers two seasons ago.
The former player for Phar Rangers has no business with Kumasi Asante Kotoko for making him a bench warmer. The Kotoko team has a lot to offer the young boy making them ineligible to get a better team during the break.
This is how a lot of players end up making a big statement for themselves, in as much as they have left the club with a rich history.
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