Ghana striker Abdul-Majeed Waris is a staunch Asante Kotoko supporter

Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris

Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris

By Ameenu Shardow

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Ghana striker Abdul Majeed Waris has revealed he is a fan of Asante Kotoko despite never playing for the Ghanaian giants.

The 22-year-old was answering questions from his fans via social networking site Twitter.

Waris was unearthed by Right to Dream Academy who gave him the chance to travel abroad to study at Hartpury College.

He later joined Swedish club BK Hacken where he emerged the best player and top goalscorer in their top flight in 2013.

The Black Stars striker never played top flight football in Ghana but revealed he was a huge fan of Asante Kotoko.

“I like all the teams but Kotoko more,” Waris revealed in a response to a question during the Twitter interaction.

The Ghana international’s response has opened a slim window of opportunity for Kotoko fans to benefit from his services with a move to the Ghanaian giants later on his career.

Waris has profited from a surge in form since joining French club Valenciennes on loan from Spartak Moscow in January.

He is also expected to make Ghana’s squad for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.


  1. paul says:

    Warris has started preserving his legs for the world cup after a satisfactory performance for his paymasters. One of Ghana’s secret explosives. Big up man!

  2. Tanko says:

    FABU BURU the best!

  3. nana says:

    All pepefoo players love Kotoko… Asante Kotoko dagomba Kotoko nzema Kotoko…fabulousss da best

  4. ZG GH4LIFE says:

    Hearts of Oak forever

  5. kwasi says:

    do you really have to use such derogatory word?? cmon man act civilise. Anyways up kotoko and good luck waris

  6. joolipanto says:

    The boy is afraid because if he says his a hearts fan Akwesi appiah will drop him.

  7. Kweku says:

    No wonder the boy is so cute and prolific. Now I no… only the best support Kotoko bcos u can’t trust phobia players they will go and steal bedsheets and forks at Brazil we dnt want tht.

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