The team is yet to play football after suffering an accident and the GFA/PLB has indicated to them their first outstanding game will be played on Sunday, August 6 against arch rivals Accra Hearts of Oak at the Baba Yara stadium.
Pollack who was part of the accident and needed surgeries to his knee is now recuperating and on Wednesday visited the club’s training grounds at Adako Jachie in clutches.
The British who encouraged the players to put behind them the accident and move on does not believe he can be on the bench as Kotoko plays Hearts. He told Happy FM, a local based radio station;
“I’m not going to be on the bench for that game, my mind is not actually on that game, my mind is to make sure players are physically and mentally prepared for that game and then before the game my mind will go on to that game”.