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Sunderland officials to visit Kotoko on Friday

Published on: 25 January 2012

Officials of English Premier League side Sunderland will be in Ghana on Friday to meet Asante Kotoko officials.

The visit forms part of the partnership agreement between the two sides.

Kotoko will take the Sunderland executives to the Manhyia Palace to call on the club's Patron His Royal Highness Otumfuo Osei Tutu II.

They visit witness the Adarko Jarchie training ground project and the club's secretariat at Odeneho Kwadaso.

The contingent will also be sent to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium.

In December last year, Kotoko Executive chairman Dr. K.K Sarpong firmed up the implementation of a partnership agreement.

The agreement will see both parties explore various opportunities of mutual interests.

Kotoko will benefit from the coaching, medical and administrative exchange programs while Sunderland will benefit through the signing of players who excel during trials.

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