The ‘infamous love’ story between Kumasi Asante Kotok and Adingra Bidodane Moussa seem to have taken a different twist.
Adingra signed for The Porcupine Warriors at the request of coach Kjetil Zachariasen who at the time had just been appointed as the coach of Kotoko.
The former Lobi Stars player signed a 3-year contract with Kotoko in early July and was released after a week at the club.
The Post understands that the Ivorian striker has found a new team, however, he is still a player for Kotoko in the records of FIFA meaning he is technically still a Kotoko player.
He has been requesting for a release letter from Kotoko but his request has not been granted.
In an interview played on Angel FM in Kumasi, Adingra sounded disappointed and said “he will show them [Kotoko] something” if they do not give him the letter.
“Asante Kotoko are aiming for a remarkable campaign in the 2019/20 Champions League, and the bulky Ivorian marksman is expected to add to the attacking bite of the team for that cause,” Kotoko wrote on the club’s official website after signing him.
Although Kotoko at the time of sacking him said they did not officially sign the player, The Post understands that he was paid before he agreed to leave the club.
by: Nana Asabere