Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko Vice Captain, Eric Donkor, believes it is always a step in the right to upgrade in their career especially nearing career exit. Donkor, stated that his interest in the game of football and the need to transfer knowledge to the coming generation spurred him towards acquiring license D certificate in coaching.
Former Asante Kotoko defender, Eric Donkor says the club is capable of raking home at least nine points from their remaining five matches. The Porcupine Warriors lost 1-0 in week 30 to Berekum Chelsea at the Baba Yara Stadium on Sunday. The loss cut their points’ lead to just to six more than second placed Medeama SC and Eric Donkor believes could claim at least nine points from the remaining five games.
Donkor's contract was not extended by the club following the expiration of his contract. He was part of the team (Ashgold) who the NC Special Competition with the Miners in 2019 and did a tremendous work with the team that was not able to qualify to the group stages of the CAF Confederation Cup. In an interview Eric Donkor took that opportunity to thank the supporters and the playing mate of the club, which was mind baffling to a lot of people as to why he is sending goodwill message to the fans now. But further
The players in Ghana always wish to go outside to search for a better pitch to play and exhibit their skills. Some pitches like The Brekum Golden City park, Tarkwa Akoon park is very bad which make us develop unnecessary injuries “It was hard and very rough so it was difficult to control the ball but we managed to play.” That's Africa for you and this is Ghana so even if it's a bad pitch, you have to manage and play and that is what we did. I think we did our best.” Deputy captain of Kumasi Asante Kotoko,
"I have been with the team for almost my entire life as a founder, but have not seen such an awful performance from the team like this season.I thought it's all due to inexperience players in the first half of the season.That is why I went in for some good legs to have played in the league before with some big teams like Hearts of Oak, Asante Kotoko and Ashgold" Alhaji Grussah.
“I have been with this club for almost my entire life as a founder, but have not seen such as awful performance from the team like this season.I thought it’s all due to inexperienced players in the first half of the season.That is why I went in for some good legs to have played in the league before with some big teams like Hearts of Oak, Kotoko and Ashgold” Alhaji Grunsah.
Osei Mawuli who was born on 2nd October, 1989 is a Ghanaian professional footballer who has played a part in Ghanaian football and set a name for himself.
Former Asante Kotoko left-back Eric Donkor says he wishes he had played in the group stage of CAF's inter-club competitions with the club as he reveals his biggest regret in the Porcupines shirt. The left-back spent seven seasons at the Baba Yara Stadium and won every single domestic trophy before he left after the expiration of his contract in 2018. Despite his remarkable success that saw him rose to deputy captain in 2017, the calm figure admits he wishes he had played in the group stage of either the Cha
Kumasi King Faisal are one of the whipping boys of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League.The “Insha Allah” Boys made a jerky start to the league and have been affected by their poor showing.
Hearts of Oak has denied viral reports linking them to a move for former Asante Kotoko defender according to the club's Public Relation Officer (PRO) Opare Addo. The Phobians have been hugely linked with a move for Eric Donkor over the past few weeks. Donkor, who is a free agent terminated his contract with Obuasi-based Ashanti Gold last week after his two-year stay with the club. Head coach of the club Edward Nii Odoom is believed to be a huge admirer of the defender and has admonished the club to secure his
The European teams are very good in promoting their youth players through the ranks. Teams have academy players running through from infancy to teen. Ghanaian top clubs do not have the taste of promoting youth players through the rank to their senior team. Instant results have resulted to this problem. Senior team players also feel insecure when youth players are promoted into the senior team. Afia Amponsah, the Ashanti women’s organizer for Ashanti Gold SC has opened up on their intentions to promote the
Former Asante Kotoko defender, Eric Donkor says he is happy to join premier league strugglers, King Faisal.Donkor, 28, joined the Kumasi based side in a one year deal as a free agent.
Former Asante Kotoko and AshantiGold SC defender, Eric Donkor has ruled out a return to the clubs for the time being.The 28-year-old has signed for Ghana premier league strugglers, King Faisal until the end of the season.
Former Kotoko and AshantiGold left back back, Eric Donkor has ruled out the effect of “black magic” in tough games. AshantiGold will host Kotoko on match-day eleven at the Len Clay Stadium. Spiritualism is most associated with games of this nature but Donkor who has featured for both sides believes hard work is the key to winning such games. “Personally I don’t believe in that as a professional player. “If you work and train hard, I think anything aside from that is a waste of time. “As for prayers
Former Asante Kotoko Defender Eric Donkor has officially ended his stay with Obuasi Ashanti Gold. Donkor Join the miners two years ago after leaving Kumasi Asante in 2017. The 28-year-old has since been a key figure of the AshantiGold team as he netted one of goals when they beat Moroccan side RS Berkane 3-2 in the CAF Confederation Cup last term. Donkor made 15 appearances for the Gold and Black outfit in the 2019/2020 Ghana Premier League before it was cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak. Accra hearts
Former Asante Kotoko player Eric Donkor has chosen Obuasi Ashanti Gold ahead of the porcupine warriors. The Ex-International believes Ashanti Gold have better infrastructure as compare to Asante Kotoko. The defender has played for both clubs and has a better understanding comparing the two clubs. “In terms of infrastructure, I will say Ashgold is ahead of Kotoko. Ashgold had their own camping base, pitch and so many other things but in terms of pedigree, Kotoko is ahead of Ashgold.” The left back said
The rampant player exit from the 'continental club master', Hearts of Oak, seems to be taking a high trajectory in recent times as their young promising left-wing back has told the club he wants to leave over lack of playing time. The Phobians youngster, William Denkyi, is reportedly on his way out of the club after informing the club's management he wants out of the club. According to a media report filed by Kumasi-based Sikka FM, the former Liberty Professionals defender has told the management he wants