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Stop insulting Kotoko board members

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Athletics News of Tuesday, 22 September 2020

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2020-09-22

Former Black Stars defender Samuel Osei KuffourPrevious Black Stars defender Samuel Osei Kuffour

Former Black Stars defender Samuel Osei Kuffour has known as for an end to the vicious and vile attacks on the board customers of Kumasi Asante Kotoko.

The Kwame Kyei-led board has in the latest days been under the highlight adhering to reviews of intimidation and interference in the do the job of CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah.

Some lovers have applied offensive terms on the board whilst contacting on Otumfuo to dissolve the significantly less than 6-thirty day period-aged board.

Talking to Peace FM, Kuffour who was after joined with the Kotoko position urged the followers to ceasefire.

He opined that the board users are a team of respected persons who should not be subjected to insults.

The Bayern Munich legend mentioned that such actions drive away possible traders.

Though Kuffour is not towards criticism of the board associates, he believes that it need to be constructive.

“You can agree and disagree with people’s impression but a single issue I have understood is the insult. The insults are not good. The Kotoko board is built up of businessmen who have used people so if you sit on radio and insult them, I disagree. You can say whichever you want to say with out the insults”.

“I want to beg every person to stop. These are revered people who are investing their time and methods into Kotoko so we ought to inspire them alternatively of the insults. If you insult individuals operating the club, it will discourage other people from coming on-board”.

Kuffour also expressed self-confidence in the board to elevate the club from its recent degree.

“I know the board users and I know what is going on. I know the dollars they are expending on the club and the options they have for Kotoko. We should be individual with them”.

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