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JOHNSON SMITH RELISHES A RETURN TO AFRICA WITH KOTOKO



Johnson Smith, head coach of Kotoko. 

Kotoko's new coach, Johnson Smith has set an eye of taking Kotoko back to playing in African club competitions.

Smith was appointed as the intirim manager after the sack of Kjetil zachariassen due to poor performance.

Speaking to Fox FM monitored by sportsbiggesthint.com, the former Karela FC trainer is gunning up to win the league and play in Africa again.

" My aim is to by all means return the team to play in one of the African club competitions"

Even though the gaffer admitting to injury concerns in the camp of Kotoko, he believes they will recover soon enough to aid in his mission.

" I have a couple of good players on the injury list right now, like Abdul Ganiyu, Maxwell Baakoh and Richard Senanu, hopefully they will return soon and join the team in good time to help us achieve our objective for the season"

Kotoko has won the domestic league more than any club in Ghana and will be looking forward to an addition to the already 24 league trophy in their cabinet.

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