Asante Kotoko have rubbished reports in the local media that suggest the club has opened negotiations with former Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah to take the place of David Duncan who has been asked to step aside.
Appiah currently manages Sudanese side Al Khartoum SC, with his contract set to expire in five months, upon which he would resume at the Kumasi-based outfit, according the reports.
However, an official of the Porcupine Warriors says they have never discussed any contract issue with Appiah, who led the Black Stars to the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
“Kwesi Appiah is my brother we have been talking all the time I have never spoken to him concerning the Kotoko job take over”, Opoku Nti told Starr Sports.
Kotoko have shown some signs of revival under caretaker coach Michael Osei, who has led the team to three straight victories in all competitions.
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