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Sports News of Monday, 29 February 2016


Kotoko management visits injured Jackson Owusu

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General Manager, Samuel Opoku Nti and Operations Manager George Kennedy this week visited injured midfielder Jackson Owusu at his residence at Breman UGC in Kumasi.

The visit by the two management members was to give moral support to the injured utility midfielder who has been ruled out of the 2015/16 football season due to a shin injury.

Jackson Owusu who was highly tipped to become one of Coach David Duncan’s key actors this season got his shin broken during a backyard match seven days to the commencement of the Premier League.

He underwent an operation at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital (KATH) in Kumasi and was discharged few days later.

The Management members on behalf of the club presented to the player two boxes and two sachets of Everpure purified water.

George Kennedy asked the midfielder to disregard comments that seek to suggest that he can never recover fully. He tasked the player to be approach his recovery processes with utmost discipline and not indulge in any activity that can prolong his recovery.

The Operations Manager assured him of Kotoko’s maximum support as he goes through his recovery process.

Jackson Owusu thanked the club for the support given him since his injury and pledged to give up his best when he returned to the pitch.

He wished his colleagues the best of luck in the Premier League and said that he would always be with the team in spirit wherever they play.

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