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Football News | Jun 6, 2004

Kotoko fan repairs Taylor's damaged car

GNA

Accra, June 6, GNA - Mr John Larbi, Managing Director of Toronto Car Washing Bay Enterprise at Teshie in Accra has decided to repaire the damaged car of Asante Kotoko's striker, Charles Kwaku Asampong Talyor free of charge.

He said work on the vehicle that got burnt some four months ago, would cost about six million cedis and it is expected to be completed by the end of this month.

Mr Larbi, an ardent supporter of Kotoko who is affectionaately called 'Toronto' told the GNA Sports in Accra on Sunday that it was one of his numerous packages lined up for the players of the club as a way of motivating to Achieve results.

He said he has so far spent about three million cedis on the repair works and that difficulties of acquiring the needed ford spare parts has so far delayed completion of the work on time.

On the club's failure to win the Champions League, Mr Larbi, who is also a member of Circle 142, called on supporters of the club not to relent in their effort in supporting the club but that they should rather rally behind it to enable the club win the Confederation Cup that the club would be participating in.

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