Ghana's No. 1

Kotoko management move to enhance media relations

Published on: 22 September 2011

By Ameenu Shardow

Covering Asante Kotoko matches especially when playing at home would be made less stressful for journalists, the club’s management has resolved.

The club has launched an innovative program to assist and provide practitioners at the media stand with to enhance performance on matchdays.

"Management has decided to take absolute control of all the media areas at the Baba Yara Stadium during our games," a press statement signed by the club's spokesman Listowell Bukarson read.

"We would want to be able to support the media in the performance of their duties by supplying them the needed accessories, including team sheets, post match interviews, water and any other assistance as may be required of us on any given game."

The club has also issued a directive that only accredited sports journalists will be permitted into the media zones in their aim to bring some sanity to the rather chaotic center on matchdays.

Implementation of the new policy is expected to kick start on Sunday when Kotoko engages rivals Hearts of Oak in a two-legged pre-season friendly.

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