Asante Kotoko have parted ways with Augustine Sefah after failing to win a new contract with the Reds.
The Porcupines are still in a state of rebuilding and they are getting rid of some of the experienced players for fresh legs to be roped in.
Maxwell Konadu has hinted earlier that he will cut down the current 38 players to 28 by way of showing some players the exit door.
First players to fall victim is former Karela United captain and centre-back Empem Dacosta, Sam Adams after failing to agree on a loan move with the club and now Augustine Sefah who has been deemed surplus to requirement by the gaffer.
The former Len Clay Stadium favourite is thus free to explore free agency after a successful three-year stint at the Baba Yara Stadium. He signed for the Reds in 2017, following consecutive seasons with Ashantigold SC.
The diminutive right-back won two major trophies with the Porcupines including the 2017 FA Cup as well as the 2019 NC Special Tier 1 Cup.
Meanwhile, Kotoko have confirmed their participation in the 2020/2021 CAF Champions League competition.
Their confirmation is on the back of a letter sent to the club on Wednesday, September 02, 2020 to confirm their engagement in next season’s CAF inter Club competition. Kotoko’s confirmation was contained in a letter signed by CEO Yaw Amponsah and sent to the GFA.
The Porcupine Warriors represented Ghana in the same competition in the 2019/2020 season and have been given the chance to compete again, following the cancellation of the 2019/2020 domestic football season.
Asante Kotoko played in the CAF Champions League last year after winning the NC Tier One competition.