Asante Kotoko have made no final decision yet regarding their participation in the 2020/21 CAF Champions League, board member Alhaji Abu Lamine has disclosed.
The Porcupine Warriors were chosen to represent Ghana in Africa’s elite club competition following the cancellation of the 2019-20 football season.
However, Alhaji Abu Lamine who is part of a newly constituted 12-member board has revealed that they have not taken a decision on their participation in Africa.
According to him, the new Chief Executive Officer, Nana Yaw Amponsah has been given a minimum two weeks to put together a document that will detail the current state of affairs at the club.
He says it is only after such an exercise -that gives an impression of the state of the playing body- that will determine whether Kotoko should play in Africa or otherwise.
“We have not really set a target for him, we have given him a mandate of three years, but if he gets to the ground, he will come back to us. If he comes, he will update us on what he will need, that is when we will analyse whether we should go to Africa or not,” Alhaji Lamine told Asempa FM.
“He has met the coach, he will do an assessment of the playing body and the quality available; those who should go any those who should stay.
“So he will need not less that 2 weeks to put all those pieces together. So I believe that we should give him 2-3 weeks, he will get to the board and provide the real state of affairs of the club, then we’ll take it from there,” he concluded.