Looking at the project they(Kotoko) are undertaking together with the new board, i think quitting to participate in Africa will help matters so that they can get ample time to plan and prepare things very well. They have a lot to do.
If Africa is also undertaken, it will put a fresh pressure on them.
The expectations of the supporters shouldn’t be too high when the club is participating in Africa. It is a decision which will be very difficult to take but it is not advisable to play such competition at this time where the players are inactive.
This (CAF Club Competitions) is where tough opponents who have been consistent in their various leagues and the competition showcase their worth but in the case of Kotoko, we haven’t had a consistent league season for almost three (3) seasons.
Michael Osei (FORMER KOTOKO COACH) Told Ghana- Kumasi Base Radio Station. Light FM