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Ghana AFCON duo Kissi-Boateng and Asante join TP Mazembe

Published on: 21 February 2013

Ghana duo Solomon Asante and Richard Kissi-Boateng left Accra last night for DR Congo to join TP Mazembe.

The two players from Berekum Chelsea signed for the Ravens before the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations in South Africa.

Left-back Boateng made his debut in the third-place playoff match against Mali and was impressive.

Asante, a right winger, was the toast of Ghana fans and played in four matches.

Their arrival in Lubumbashi will increase the rank of Ghanaian players at the club to five after Yaw Frimpong, Gladson Awako and Daniel Nii Adjei signed.

TP Mazembe will use their services in the CAF Champions League.



This article has 5 comment(s), give your comment
  • Maxwell Johnson says:
    February 21, 2013 10:34 am
    Shit players! They shouldn't be invited into the B/S again.
  • pito says:
    February 21, 2013 10:42 am
    GOOD. we have been able to capitalise on Afcon 2013 to sell 2 local players to mazembe. Now Come the sudanese game on 24th march, anybody know the next local players we going to auction? is the list out yet? HAHAHAA, wat a joke! If somebody's vision is to use the national team as a platform for selling players at least let it be clear, then we all know not to follow the GHBLACKSTARS with our heart. Local players will become international players and then we move in for the next batch of local players to represent. Why do we have the local Blackstars and CHAN tournaments? Merit has been thrown to the dogs!
  • mulondwe muzungu says:
    February 21, 2013 12:08 pm
    Just a few months ago Ghanaians were busy laughing at Zambian players playing for T.P.Mazembe. Has T.P.Mazembe now become good enough for you?
  • Ghanaman says:
    February 21, 2013 01:36 pm
    These guys are not good enough to play for the Black Stars and we have players at Real Madrid, AC Milan, Serie A, Bundesliga, Ligue 1 and other top leagues we have not called for our games! In recent months or years. Ghana has the best players in Africa and the day we get them all on the pitch is the day an African team will actually win the world cup! The rest of the teams are either too old or, simply don't have the talent to even get out to the knockout stage of the world cup!
  • pito says:
    February 21, 2013 01:50 pm
    @mulondwe the zambian tell that to our coach. If after the afcon these players have now become good to the level of playing for TP mazembe then what business did they have going to represent Blackstars in the first place, in the face of our many players in topclass leagues?