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06.11.2008 Football News

Adjah Tetteh Tries Luck With Kotoko

By Daily Guide

A HEAVY downpour on Tuesday afternoon prevented former Accra Hearts of Oak midfielder Adjah Tetteh from having his first training with Kumasi Asante Kotoko. Soccer fans were shocked to the marrow when the former Accra Hearts of Oak playmaker stormed Kotoko's training grounds at exactly 2:30 pm on Tuesday.

The ex-Phobia talisman was among various players from the length and breath of the country who were playing justifiers with the Champions.

Poised for action, Tetteh was hopeful of selling out a splendid display to the teeming fans that jammed the training grounds before the rains set in.

A source who disclosed this to DAILY GUIDE SPORTS said Tetteh stormed the club's training grounds on his own.

He noted that the midfielder would be signed on by the Porcupine Warriors if he meets the aspirations of the club's technical bench, headed by Coach Bashiru Hayford.

From Fred J.A Ibrahim Jnr., Kumasi

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