Asante Kotoko name 18-man squad ahead of San Pedro clash in Abidjan on Sunday 

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Kumasi Asante Kotoko have released the names of players they are sending to Ivory Coast ahead of their CAF confederation match against San Pedro on Sunday, November 3, 2019.

Following the slim advantage due to the 1-0 win in the first leg in Kumasi, the Porcupine Warriors are required to double their efforts in order to avoid another disappointment. 

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It could be recalled that their last away game ended in a 3-0 thrashing in the hands of Etoile du Sahel in Tunisia. That defeat led to the end of their ambitions to make it to the CAF Champions League group stage stretching their poor run to eleven years in the competition.

Songne Yacouba has been handed his first away trip with the club this season after an incredible performance in the first leg, while defender Wahab Adams returns to the squad after missing the first leg in Kumasi.

Per our checks, Kotoko’s contingent will depart Kotoka International Airport on Friday for Ivory Coast specially Abidjan.

See names below:

Goalkeepers: Felix Annan, Osei Kwame.

Defenders: Ampem Dacosta, Stephen Ayiku Tetteh, Wahab Adams, Patrick Yeboah, Evans Owusu, Agyemang Badu, Samuel Frimpong.

Midfielders: Justice Blay, Augustine Okrah, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Kelvin Andoh, Collins Ameyaw, Alex Didi Arnold.

Forwards: Songne Yacouba, Naby Keita and Richard Arthur.


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