Coach Abdulai Gazale: It is time to say goodbye to the big family Asante Kotoko SC

Abdulai Gazale: It is time to say goodbye to the big family Asante Kotoko SC

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Ghanaian coach Abdulai Gazale has officially parted ways Asante Kotoko SC after four years stay. He first joined the Porcupine Warriors as an assistant coach to Johnson Smith but was later asked to manage the club’s youth team.

Two weeks ago, your authoritative news hub, confirmed that the Senior High school Physical Education Tutor is leaving the club, following the arrival of coach Prosper Narteh Ogum. The gaffer who is joining Asante Kotoko SC for the second time(Narteh Ogum), informed Gazale his intention not to work with him again, having worked with him during his first stint.

Therefore, the reason for his departure.

Gazale, is however joining Ghana Premier League side Nsoatreman FC, reuniting with his former boss Maxwell Konadu.

Abdulai Gazale has bid farewell to the club, confirming his departure.

“I thank the Life Patron of Kumasi Asante Kotoko (His Royal Majesty Otumfou Osei Tutu II). My stay in Kotoko has been a rewarding experience working with different people in different capacities with players, Technical staffs and people around the club”

“I am much grateful to be part of the four years journey.

“This is the time to reflect and also to be fulfilling my ambition to challenge myself with the experienced gathered so far.

“I would like to express my profound appreciation for the privilege to contribute my quota to the betterment of football in the club and the national league as a whole.

“I thank the management I have worked with. I thank the past board of directors. I thank the Porcupine family as whole. I thank everyone for their support.

Story Kolog Bonaventure

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