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Abdoulaye returns to Porcupines

Goalkeeper Soulama Abdoulaye returns to Kotoko's African plans after playing a key role in Burkina Faso's run in the recent Afcon. He is part of the team that travels to Malabo for African Champions League action.

The Reds' number one has not played since returning from South Africa, having not been named in the team's first leg African Champions League 7-0 win two weeks ago. He was also on the bench in last Sunday's league game against Liberty Professionals.

Mas-Ud Dramani has named a final 18-man squad for Nguema in the return encounter that will be played this weekend. The game will be played in Malabo.

An ExCo member of the Ghana FA will lead the Porcupine Warriors' 30-man contingent that leaves the country shortly. Four members of the technical team, three management members, club legend Abdul Razak and two media personnel complete the Kotoko contingent for the Malabo journey.

The match will be played at the multi-purpose Nuevo Estadio de Malabo which seats 15,250 fans on Saturday, March 2.

Kotoko’s 18-man squad

Goalkeepers: Isaac Amoako, Soulama Abdoulaye

Defenders: Akwasi Bobie Ansah, Joseph Ochaya, Ohene Brenya, Kwabena Adusei, Rashid Sumaila, Ben Adama Banh, Amos Frimpong

Midfielders: Prince Baffoe, Michael Akuffu, Richard Mpong, Michael Helegbe, David Ofei, Godfred Asante

Strikers: Kofi Nti Boakye, Yussif Abdul Aziz, Seidu Bancey


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