AchievementsArchiveAsante KotokoClub NewsGFAGhana Premier LeagueLatest News

I Never Flopped In A Game At Asante Kotoko – Stephen Oduro Reveals

Asante Kotoko legend Stephen Oduro has revealed that he never saw himself as a flop in the Reds’ jersey.

The former Black Satellites wonderkid, Oduro, joined the Porcupines lads from Real Tamale United (RTU) in 2000 after a protracted transfer saga that got him banned for a year after signing a contract with Ashantigold.

Oduro, who now based in the USA got his Kotoko career started in 2001/2002 Ghana premier league season after serving his ban and went on to become the club’s longest-serving player in history and won many laurels with the club.

gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw== - I Never Flopped In A Game At Asante Kotoko - Stephen Oduro Reveals

Though, his stay with Kotoko was truncated by a move to South Africa’s Supersport which was then coached by current Mamelodi Sundowns boss Pitso Mosimane in 2005 but returned to the Porcupines in 2006 after an unsuccessful with ‘The Swanky Boys’ before retiring in 2017.

“God was wonderful to me from the first time I wore the Kotoko jersey, I never flopped in any game because I had the team at heart so I always wanted to give my all,” he revealed in an interview with Revolt Gh.

“Every footballer in Kumasi aspires to play for Kotoko so when I got the chance to play for the club, I thanked my God.”

His skills and ability, as well as his down to earth nature, made him a hero with Asante Kotoko.

gif;base64,R0lGODlhAQABAAAAACH5BAEKAAEALAAAAAABAAEAAAICTAEAOw== - I Never Flopped In A Game At Asante Kotoko - Stephen Oduro Reveals

It is still shocking that a player of his calibre didn’t get many chances as far as the national team was concerned, but representing Asante Kotoko for 16 years is a noteworthy achievement and one he will be proud off throughout his life.

Show More

Related Articles

Back to top button
Jul 17 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Accra Sports Stadium - Osu Accra Great Olympics 2 Dreams FC 1 Jul 17 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Len Clay Sports Stadium - Obuasi AshantiGold 7 Inter Allies 0 Jul 17 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Sogakope Academy Park - Sogakope WAFA 1 Hearts of Oak 0 Jul 18 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Nana Agyeman Badu II Park - Dormaa Aduana stars 2 Karela United 1 Jul 18 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Accra Sports Stadium - Osu Legon Cities 3 Eleven Wonders 2 Jul 18 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Akoon Park - Tarkwa Medeama 1 Berekum Chelsea 0 Jul 18 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Len Clay Sports Stadium - Obuasi Asante Kotoko 0 Elmina Sharks 1 Jul 18 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Cape Coast Stadium - Cape Coast Ebusua Dwarfs 2 Bechem United 1 Jul 18 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League (GPL) 2020-2021 Sogakope Academy Park - Sogakope Liberty Professionals 0 King Faisal 0 Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Accra Sports Stadium - Osu Hearts of Oak Legon Cities Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Accra Sports Stadium - Osu Accra Lions FC Elmina Sharks Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Nana Ameyaw Park - Techiman Eleven Wonders AshantiGold Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Aliu Mahama Sports Stadium - Tamale RTU Accra Great Olympics Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Babayara Sports Stadium - Kumasi King Faisal WAFA Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Nana Fosu Gyeabour Park - Bechem Bechem United Medeama Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 CAM Park - Aiyinase Karela United Aduana stars Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Dawu Sports Stadium - Dawu Dreams FC Asante Kotoko Oct 31 3:00 pm Ghana Premier League 2021/22 2021/22 Duns' Park - Bibiani Goldstars FC Berekum Chelsea

Adblock Detected

Please Disable your AdBlocker