Ghana's No. 1

Midfielder Albert Bruce backs Kotoko to dominate local league

Published on: 02 May 2012

By Patrick Akoto

Ghanaian midfielder Albert Bruce believes Asante Kotoko will dominate the local league for years to come.  

The Kumasi-based side capped an incredible season by clinching their 22nd League title with four games to spare with eye-catching performances.

Kotoko last won the Premier League title four years ago but the impressive enforcer who left Porcupine Warriors to join Polish giant Legia Warsaw  during the January transfer window believes his former club will go ahead to rule Ghana football for years to come.

“I am very happy for the supporters because they had suffered enough in the past. I want to take this opportunity to congratulate management, coach, players and the fans,” Bruce told GHANAsoccernet.com

“With the kind of performance that they put up, I have no doubt in my mind that their time to dominate the local league for many more years has come.

“The team is solid and with few additions, they will move to higher grounds. I wish them well,”

Bruce is on the threshold of winning his first league title with the Polish side with two games remaining to end the season.

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