Ghanaian giant, Asante Kotoko is yet to decide whether to participate in CAF’s inter-club competitions next season or not despite being selected by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) to play in the Champions League.
The Kumasi-based club represented Ghana in Africa last season but failed to advance to the Group phase after playing in both the Champions League and the Confederations Cup.
Due to the country’s inability to complete the 2019/2020 Ghana Premier League season, the Porcupine Warriors club have been picked to go to Africa in the next edition of CAF’s elite inter-club competition.
Speaking to Asempa FM on Monday morning, Kotoko board member Alhaji Abu Lamin has given an indication that the club is yet to decide on its participation in Africa.
According to him, they are in the process of assessing the quality of the players they have.
“We are yet to decide on whether our current crop of players can take us to Africa and make an impact or not”, he said.
Meanwhile, it is understood that Chief Executive Officer Nana Yaw Amponsah will meet the board to advise on the participation in the CAF Champions League.