During a crucial meeting conducted on Friday at the Manhyia Palace, Asantehene Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, the beloved king and owner of Asante Kotoko, expressed his anxiety and disappointment with the club’s current situation.
The conference, which was attended by fans and past players, was held to discuss the club’s predicament after the three-year term of the board led by Dr. Kwame Kyei came to an end.
A number of urgent issues were discussed at the gathering, and important details were made public, including the club’s astronomical debt of more than GH3 million.
The meeting attendees acknowledged and shared the Asantehene’s displeasure with the way the club is taking after he addressed it.
Kotoko, once were recognize as one of the elites clubs in Africa,but now not evestrong enough to compete on the domestic front, having gone trophyless last season
In addition, the team hasn’t claimed an African championship in forty years, a long cry from its stout CAF Champions League performances in the 1970s and 1980s.
The Asantehene’s worries about Kotoko’s present situation underline the necessity of a new strategy and preparation in order to restore the club’s past grandeur.
As supporters and stakeholders understood the need for development, the gathering at the Manhyia Palace was crucial in helping Kotoko chart a new route.