Asante Kotoko SC have earned reputation of signing Ghana’s top talent on seasonal basis with an average of 35 registered players per season.
The Reds of Ghana football earned reputations for their assemblage of super stars on yearly basis thanks to their limitless resources and large fan base.
With over 38 players in the 2020 Ghana Premier league season, several talented players have been under-utilized because of abundance of options under the disposal of the coach.
442gh.com takes a look at the top eight players that should leave the club in the second registration window to revive their playing careers.
Augustine Sefah, defender
The emergence of Christopher Nettey has relegated Augustine Sefah to the bench and sometimes even out of match day squad. With dozens of premier league experience under his belt, Sefah must seek for pastures anew to keep his premier league adventure going.
Kingsley Osei Effah, midfielder
The former Berekum Chelsea FC and Wa All Stars FC midfielder enjoyed game time under Maxwell Konadu on intermittent basis and will need an escape route to revive his career. A super talented players competing with refined teammates for two spots in the 4-2-3-1 formation.
Richard Arthur, forward
Richard Arthur led Wa All Stars FC to the 2016 GPL season but has since struggled to replicate his monstrous form at the Baba Yara stadium. A loan spell away from the Porcupine Warriors might be the missing tonic for the former Windy Professional FC attacker.
Kelvin Andoh, Winger/forward
Revered for his quick feet and elusive change of direction, Mathew Kelvin Andoh arrived at the Baba Yara stadium in July 2019 but is yet to hit the grounds running. His natural body frame made him a dribbler by birth and this was replicated at the Wa Park in a four years blessed with success. He will need serious playing time away from Asante Kotoko SC to revive his fortunes.
Naby Laye Keita, Forward
Another player that will need to exit the Baba Yara stadium to keep his career on track with limited game time threatening to derail his career is Naby Laye Keita. The Ivorian import has been sparingly used and will need a new aura around him to reclaim his lost confidence.
Empem Dacosta, Defender
The former Karela United FC center back arrived at the Baba Yara stadium with high reputations but has since struggled to convince the teaming faithful of the Red army. A loan move to his mother club or Legon Cities FC looks imminent before the closure of the second registration window.
Sam Adams , Forward
A new arrival from Aduana Stars FC that was expected to seal a starting berth in the camp of Asante Kotoko SC. Sam Adams was heavily tipped to boss the flanks with his pace but is yet to click in the famous red jerseys.
Patrick Yeboah, Defender
Patrick Yeboah rose to prominence at the CAM park in the colors of KArela United FC but will have to consider pastures anew to keep his career on track. The arrival of Imoro Ibrahim complicated things for Patrick in what could trigger an earlier exit for the former Karela United FC.
Collins Ameyaw, Midfielder
A fine midfielder competing with perhaps the best midfielder in the GPL for playing time. The presence of Justice Blay, Mudasiru Salifu and other seasoned midfielders could trigger a loan move for Collins Ameyaw. Asante Kotoko SC will certainly not sell their prize asset but might endorse a loan move for a season to refine his passing skills and ball recovery instincts.