“When I joined Asante Kotoko from BA Stars for the 2011-12 season, I wasn’t having much playing time due to the presence of Yaw Frimpong and other right-backs in the team. It was until my second season when I started to play more games for Kotoko”.
HOW IS LIFE AS A KOTOKO CAPTAIN?
“There are so much responsibility and pressure as a captain of this great club. There are also many benefits as the captain of Kotoko”.
ON HIS HAPPIEST MOMENT(S) AT KOTOKO
“The day I will never forget during my days playing for Kotoko was when I captained the club to beat Coton Sport FC De Garoua to qualify for the CAF Confederations Cup group stages in 2019. The fans came in their numbers to cheer us throughout the game.it will forever be an amazing day in my career”.
YOU ALWAYS GAVE THE FANS AN OUTSTANDING PERFORMANCE IN GAMES AGAINST HEARST OF OAK. WHAT MOTIVATED YOU?
“Games with Hearts are always special for Kotoko fans so we always worked hard to come out on top in games with Hearts”.
ON HIS DEPARTURE WITH KOTOKO
“There was a first offer from the Nigerian Giants, Enyimba some few years back which was rejected by Dr. Kwame Kyei, so I pleaded with him to let me go when the second offer from the Guinea-Conakry outfit, AS Kaloum arrived. I had served Kotoko for almost a decade and I felt it was time to move on”.
HOW WAS YOUR ARRIVAL AT AS KALOUM STAR?
“I was warmly welcomed at my new club. I had a special treatment that was different from how other new signings were treated. Kotoko is a great club and my arrival from such club made my arrival special for everyone at AS Kaloum”.
ARE YOU CURRENTLY WITH ANY CLUB?
“I’m currently without a club. I would love to be back to Kotoko one day, but as a non-playing staff. However I won’t rule out anything but I prefer a deal to a different club”.
Source: Ezra FM