“If we don’t see or get about 4 to 5 kotoko players in black Stars AFCON 2019 squad then Ghana football doesn’t want the Truth-Charles Taylor”
Ex Hearts of Oak and Kumasi Asante Kotoko Striker Charles Taylor has praise four of Kotoko team Felix Annan, Abdul Fatau, Amos Frimpong and Kwame Bonsu for their superb performance in the ongoig CAF Confederation cup group matches.
The 38 year old was part of hearts of oak integral setup who won the CAF champions League and Super cup before joining kumasi Asante kotoko on the year 2003 .
“I watched their game against Nkana Fc live and I think they actually deserves in the Black stars call up more in the sense that I see them as a players with great prospect, they are all very good players, and for the goals he has scored by Abdul Fatau in the CAF Confederation cup win 3 goals to one I am highly impressed.Taylor told Ashh FM.
“My kind of person is that when someone does something good, we have to appreciate such person regardless of the team the person is playing for, or the price that is at stake at the end of the CAF Confederation That is not important, what will be will definitely be, but like I said earlier, I am impressed with this four players last Sunday at Baba Yara Sports Stadium.
“They all deserves something very great, and one of those great things is a national team call up, and as well playing for a very good team outside of the country so that he will come out much more in style, and it is not just about doing that, but a way to encourage people that are doing very well.”
“I’m very happy for how far Kotoko is performing in the competition because of the current state of football in the Country”
“If we don’t see or get about 4 to 5 players of Kotoko in the Black Stars AFCON 2019 squad,then Ghana football does not want the truth”
“Currently, the likes of Felix Anna,Amos Frimpong, Abdul Fatawu and Kwame Bonsu deserves a call up into the Black Stars team”
“I wish I’m a player and be playing with Kwame Bonsu because he is an exceptional midfielder after all the problems he has been through,he is still playing very good football”
Ghana will host Kenya in the final Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers at the Accra Sports Stadium on 23rd March 2019.
The Black Stars suffered 1:0 defeat to the Harambee Stars at the Karasani Stadium in September last year.
Though both teams have qualified for the finals in Egypt in June, it will be about the bragging rights when the game takes place.
A win for the Black Stars will secure top spot in Group F but a draw or win for Kenya will see them emerge as winners of the group.
Ghana last won the AFCON in 1982 and Ghana is counting on Coach Appiah to end that run.
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