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Kotoko want Anaba release from Satellites



The release by Michael Anaba for the 2013 Caf Champions League is being sought by Asanti Kotoko ahead of the first game of their campaign on February 17.

As reps of Ghana this year, the club say they need their player from the Black Satellites camp.

Kotoko play host to Equatorial Guinea’s Sony Nguema in the next fortnight.

The Black Satellites, meanwhile, are preparing for their own African Youth Championships to be held in North Africa soon.

Three of the Porcupine Warriors players are included in the national under 20 setup: goalkeeper Felix Annan, centre-back David Smallboy Korbah and Anaba himself.

Kotoko, under the management of Mas'Ud Dramani, will try to get a third winners medal from the competition.

The last time they took part was in 2010, where they were knocked out in the preliminary round.



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