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Sports News of Thursday, 5 April 2018


Kotoko rubbish Kwame Boahene’s stroke attack reports

Kotoko have denied reports indicating midfielder Kwame Boahene has suffered stroke.

A report on a local football portal said the 24-year-old was suffering from a strange illness believed to be stroke.

Boahene has been unable to feature for the Reds since the team’s League opener against WAFA in Sogakope.

It is believed the former Liberty and Ghana U20 star has suffered an injury keeping him out for the past three weeks.

Kwame Boahene last played for Kotoko in the League opener against WAFA in Sogakope.

According to Obed Acheampong, Communication Director of the Porcupine Warriors, the player has resumed training hence could be in contention for selection in the upcoming game against Ashanti Gold this weekend.

“Kwame Boahene trained for two hours yesterday at Adako Jachie. It’s never true that he is down with stroke. He only complained about unusual feeling in his ankle about some weeks ago,” Acheampong told Oyerepa FM.

“He has been off for a week and some three days but the good news is that he is fully fit now but it will depend on coach Paa Kwasi if he will play on Sunday or not. Let’s disregard all those rumuors about him suffering from stroke.”

The player slotted in perfectly in the Kotoko set-up after joining from Medeama SC last season.