Asante Kotoko captain Amos Frimpong says the team is fully prepared and anxiously waiting for the commencement of the new season, after they returned from a seven-day trip to Libya.
Kotoko squad was split into two as assistant coach Michael Osei won the inaugural Ghalca G6 tournament in Ghana with a set including majority of the new signings while head coach David Duncan took 16 other players to Libya to lock horns with Al-Ittihad Tripoli in an international friendly.
Ittihad defeated Kotoko 2-1 in their first clash at the April 11 Stadium but shared the spoils at goalless draw in their second encounter.
“Kotoko players are prepared and are anxiously waiting for the new season to start after the long delay,” Frimpong told the club’s website.
“We have done a lot of work so far with encouraging results. Based on that I can say the team is ready for the new season,” he added.
Goal understands that the Ghana FA executive committee members will hold an emergency meeting within the week to deliberate on a new date to start the 2015/16 league season after an earlier date of December 20, 2015 was mauled with litigations.
However, it is understood that the case involving Techiman City and Wa African United which is before the GFA’s Ethics committee as well as that between Dreams FC and Tema Youth FC currently at the Court of Arbitration
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