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Asante Kotoko bid for Hearts striker Mahatma Otoo

Posted On Monday, 2nd July 2012

Mahatma Otoo could be signed by Asante Kotoko

By Ameenu Shardow

Asante Kotoko have made an official bid to sign Hearts of Oak striker Mahatma Otoo, GHANAsoccernet.com can confirm.

The official notification follows a staggering declaration by the Executive Chairman Dr. KK Sarpong of the Kumasi-based club’s intent to sign the 20-year-old which was last week exclusively revealed by GHANAsoccernet.com.

The shocking revelation by Dr. Sarpong raised several doubts of Kotoko’s resolve to actually walk the talk but this assertion has been well put to bed after the Premier League champions made their interest official on Thursday.

“We have sent an e-mail of our bid to Hearts of Oak and we are expecting a response to that also through official channels,” Kotoko’s Administrative Manager Ben Nti told GHANAsoccernet.com.

Hearts have meanwhile declared they are not prepared to sell Otoo unless the leading striker decides to leave which by the look of things appear highly unlikely.

Hearts’ Chief Executive Fred Crentsil will nevertheless hold a meeting with the 2011 All Africa Games Top Scorer and gold medalist before responding accordingly to Kotoko’s proposal.

Kotoko are looking to assemble a solid side for their Premier League title defence and also to make a meaningful impact on their return to continental competition in the CAF Champions League.

The Porcupine Warriors are already favourites to sign exciting forward Uriah Asante whose loan spell with the Phobians expired at the end of the last campaign.

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READERS COMMENTS

  1. KT says:

    Yeah, sit down and iron things out with Otoo. If he wants to leave, let him go. In as much as he is vital to the squad, he, like Uriah have to let their hearts decide if he wants to stay or not. Perhaps, their departure will be the tonic to Hearts’ success.

  2. Chinchinga Lapaz says:

    THERE IS NO HARM IN TRYING BUT….

  3. Paa says:

    Well this is how the Charles Taylor issue started sometime back. Don’t trust these players when they see money.

  4. Emmanuel fosu-mensah says:

    Ahh….dis kotoko management paa…what have they seen in mahatma otoo…he cant match any of our strikers…

  5. Dr k k sarpong I respect u alot but dont let me lose my respect,what is wrong with u masa?Leave Otoo alone, u have good players dan us and ur still chasing our few good players why?Our managements and board members must also talk to players well in terms of spending money in eir salaries and bonus othewise hmmm!!!

  6. francozola says:

    to be honest with u am a big fan of our darling club Asante kotoko but what our own chairman is trying to do will not the cause of the club but will bring disunity kotoko have all the quality players in the country right now n they can match up any club in Africa all what DR kk sarpong need is some few players to brief up the squad we ve right now i heard that Eric bekoe want to come back SAM Ayew yeboah,Uriah asante, Bismark seidu of dwarfs and rashidi sumalia these are the players DR KK Sarpong have to go for or sign for our campaign for Africa champion league and also to defend our league title next season not OTOO please doc we supporters beg you dont make a mistake a go for OTOO and once again am appealing to DOC not to put Stephen odour on transfer list becos as the saying goes the stone which was rejected will one day become useful

  7. siame says:

    pls in capital letters undalin wit read pen leave mahatman otoo 4 us,upon al ur best players.ei kotoko ne adofodope





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