The Ghanaian giants would be propping up into the approaching season by next week without a substantive head coach whiles the fracas between their departing coach, Dr Prosper Narteh Ogum and the club he led for his maiden league trophy as a coach remains irresolvable.

Coach Abdulai Gazale who is mainly designated to ensure the best talents for the youth team before it’s inception as a head coach will be the available option to supervise the preseason until a succeeding head coach is announced. The team is expected to resume in a full house including Emmanuel Sarkodie and Osman Ibrahim who were loaned to King Faisal.

Asante Kotoko will be gearing up without their four players who are in their recovering phases after suffered various degrees of injuries during the last season’s campaign.

The players includes, Abdul Rafik Yakubu, the young goalkeeper had went for a successful knee surgery over two months ago after suffered from a knee injury at the training grounds. He’s expected to join the squad after a successful rehabilitation program. Justice Blay who also suffered a similar injury at training when Kotoko was preparing to face bitterest rivals Hearts in April this year has also underwent a successful surgery on his damaged knee is hoping to join his team mates after all the wounds are completely healed.

Others are, Sheriff Mohammed, the workaholic midfielder still needs an extensive time to be in full force after he had gone through the best of recuperation periods. He had an injury lay off since match day 29 when the team was in training session to face Ash Gold which was later postponed. Clinton Opoku who has also endured a knee surgery just last week is a player among the four to spend longer days on the sidelines. The diminutive winger is likely to spend about four (4) months in the recovering room and is reportedly can’t be part of the squad for half of the season.

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