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Flashback – It would be a no holds barred when Kotoko (in red) and Medeama clash tomorrow

FOR Porcupine Warriors Kumasi Asante Kotoko, wining the MTN/FA Cup this year would be regarded as a huge accomplishment. Previously, that feat was nothing too much to celebrate.

Clearly, it is not that they have not seen that trophy before. In fact, Kotoko have annexed that Golden Fleece eight times already – and are chasing their ninth.

However, this season has been a torrid one for the Asanteman Warriors which at a point saw them wobbling embarrassingly in relegation zone. And, the club had to stage a stormy revolution to climb up to third place – with two games remaining to end the First Capital Plus Premier League (FCPPL).

Though Kotoko (42 points) are not in contention for the title they had won in the last two seasons, as they are adrift the leaders AshantiGold SC by seven points, the Reds would still be excited with a Top 4 finish.

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NO matter how many times Kwesi Nyantakyi is re-elected, it cannot pass without a comment or two since each has its ramifications.

Obviously, it has come as no surprise to many who are closer to the corridors of the GFA – it was just a matter of waiting for who ever would have contested him and the margin of votes between them.

Looking back at some of the pre-election comments, the efforts to stop the election through a court order and some post-election comments, there is the need for some re-examination.

Outlining some of his plans for the next four years, Nyantakyi might not even have given one particular issue among these comments cursory thought.

He did mention the need to improve spectatoring, the construction of good pitches in each of the 10 regions and the improvement of the local league, among others.

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