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CAF CL : In-form Fatawu Shafiu Leads Asante Kotoko’s Attacking Department, Six Forwards Submitted To CAF In Preliminary Squad

Inspirational Abdul Fatawu Shafiu leads an attacking machinery of Asante Kotoko SC submitted to CAF ahead of the 2019/20 continental campaign made of two Ghanaians and six players.

The sharp shooting attacker marked his return to domestic football with 10 odd goals to finish as joint top scorer in the just NC Special Competition and now set for an even pivotal role in the coming weeks.

Technical department of Asante Kotoko SC submitted an initial 27 man squad to CAF on their return to Champions League with only Fatawu Shafiu and Richard Arthur as noted strikers in the team.

The list includes Uganda forward and former Kariobanji Sharks striker, George Abege as as well Burkinabe import, Sougne Yacouba.

Adingra Bidodane Moussa and Zoumana Traore also earned their places in the team in what has been hailed as one of the strongest attacking team ever put together by the Porcupine Warriors.

With Maxwell Baakoh Messi, Mathew Kelvin Andoh, Emmanuel Gyamfi and Kwame Boahene all named in the team, fans of Asante Kotoko SC are set for an all attacking football to mark their return to the CAF Champions League after four year absence.

The attacking list in full is seen below :
Sougne Yacouba, Fatawu Shafiu, Richard Arthur, Adingra Bidodane Moussa, Zoumana Traore and George Abege.

Asante Kotoko SC will play its opening game in the CAF Champions League preliminary rounds in the last week of August with the official draw expected to be conducted after the 2019 AFCON.

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Saani Abacha

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