Kumasi Asante Kotoko have finally resumed training after the fatal accident the team suffered last week Wednesday.
The accident occurred at Nkawkaw last week Wednesday after the Porcupine Warriors had been beaten by Inter Allies and were returning to Kumasi from Tema.
Coach of the Youth side, Ernest Appau took charge of the training which was made up the players who were not part of the team that suffered the accident.
The eleven players of the senior team mixed up with the youth side for the training which began around 8:30 am at the Adako Jachie training grounds in Kumasi.
The training is expected to continue tomorrow morning.
The former Kotoko player and now coach confirmed to Boss Sports that “the rest of the players whose situation are not that severe, will start their training on Monday”.
“Some of the players who were at the training grounds this morning are Atta Kusi, Kwame Boahen and Abass Mohammed. Obed Owusu was present but only did some runnings separately from the rest of the group, Appau confirmed.
Coach Steve Pollack is still on medical care at home with his assistant, Godwin Ablordey, home bound because of his broken leg.
Unconfirmed reports reaching www.ghanamansports.com reveal that the team is most likely to return in the last week of July to play against Bolga All Stars.