Asante Kotoko Communications Director, Obed Acheampong has indicated that the club could return to action in ‘mid-August’ as they recuperate from the accident suffered last two weeks.
The Porcupine Warriors were involved in an accident at Nkawkaw when returning from their matchweek 22 game against Inter Allies.
This has saw the club missed the last two Ghana Premier League matches as they are yet to fully recover medically and psychologically and the Head of Communications has targeted ‘mid-August’ as the time they can come to play football.
He told FOX FM, a local radio station in Kumasi- Ghana, “Our head coach Polack and team manager Godwin Ablordey will need about a month to fully recover, even the bench is affected”.
“We are awaiting reports from our medical staff, but even from layperson’s view, we would need about three weeks more, somewhere mid-August to have a set of 23 players ready to play”, he indicated.