Asante Kotoko third choice goalkeeper, Osei Kwame is unlikely to play again this year after being ruled out for six to eight months due to cruciate ligament surgery, Opemsuo Sports has revealed.

According to grapevine source, the goalkeeper will spend not less than six months before he can return to the pitch to continue his ravishing showings for the Porcupine Warriors.

The former International Allies shot-stopper last Wednesday had life-saving surgery at the Komfo Anokye Teachings Hospital.
Information available to Opemsuo Sports indicates that, Osei Kwame had to go through another surgery due to poor rehabilitation management when he had the first surgery during his days at Inter Allies.

Asante Kotoko SC will now have to rely on two goalkeepers, Felix Annan and Kwame Baah when football resumes after COVID-19.

Story by; Sasu Danquah/ Opemsuo Sports.