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Kotoko set committee to investigate Yahaya Mohammed's trip to Libya

Published on: 13 March 2014
Yahaya Mohammed

Asante Kotoko have constituted a three-man body to look into circumstances surrounding the disappearance of Yahaya Mohammed from camp before engaging BYC last month in the CAF Champions League.

Lawyer Kwame Boafo, ex-footballer George Kennedy and a lecturer Charles Adusei have task to find why the midfielder left the country unceremoniously and whether he travelled to Libya.

They will also to find out what type of contract the player signed and which club did he sign for.

Mohammed has responded to a query and explained he travelled to the North African country to negotiate with the Ittihad Tripoli with the view of  playing for them when his contract expires.

But management says his reasons are incoherent.

The committee has two weeks to submit a report to the club's board.


This article has 3 comment(s), give your comment
  • samuel ansu amponsah says:
    March 14, 2014 08:56 am
    I think yahaya mohammed should be ban for some time by kotoko footall club and Gfa,he is a matured player and knew all these things
  • sticky Straw says:
    March 14, 2014 12:54 pm
    Samuel ansu u are a big fool why should he be ban? Blame your illiterate managements for allowing the boy contract to run out .fool,arrogant,and tribalistic supremacy club supporters of the century. Kofi nti boakye did the same thing but no committee was set up why yahya?
  • lukman evergreen says:
    March 14, 2014 01:15 pm
    who wrote this story? full of errors. but thats by the way, what yahaya did was legal according to fifa regulations. Kotoko shd think of ways of renewing contracts of their key players than establish boards of enquiry.