Former management member of Kumasi Asante Kotoko has advised the Club not to go to Africa in the next four years.
Kotoko is currently leading the 2021/22 Ghana Premier league with 56 points.
Looking at the team's current form, and the points they've amassed so far, winning the league is very possible.
And per CAF's rules, Kotoko would then qualify to play in the CAF Champions League when they win the Ghanaian League.
Speaking as a panellist on 'Hot Focal Sports' show hosted by award-winning radio show host, Stonchist D'Blakk Soulja, Nana Kwame Dankwah revealed that: "I will seriously advise the management of Kotoko not to go to Africa for the next 4 years. The team likes infrastructure and looking at the financial situation of the team, I don't think it's prudent for the team to go."
Nana Kwame stressed that one of his major reasons is that the team lacks quality players to compete with the likes of Zamalek, Raja Casablanca, Al Ahly and the other big teams in Africa.
"Stonchist, it's true I am a Kotoko fan and ardent member but I am speaking as a journalist and an analyst, the team lacks quality players to compete with the giants in Africa like Zamalek, Al Ahly," he told the host Stonchist.
Nana Kwame, who is also the head of Sports at Hot 93.9FM advised supporters and management of the team not to misconstrue his findings because he is an ardent member of the team but takes his advice seriously.