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(From Ghanaian Chronicle - AAGM)
Byline: Michael Oti Adjei
Hans go, Hans come. That is the story of Kumasi Asante Kotoko on the technical front as they seek to consolidate their status as the reigning champions of Ghana football and revive their fortunes as one of Africa's finest and best club sides.
This weekend presents another opportunity for Kotoko who are one of four Ghanaian club sides in action in the Pan African club competitions. It is thus a huge weekend for Ghana's top 4 with Hearts due to take on Etoile Sahel of Tunisia, Liberty in Accra against another Tunisian opposition Stade Tunisien and King Faisal at the Kumasi Stadium to Santos.
All three matches are potential thrillers and minefields for the teams involved from Ghana but it doesn't take much thing to figure out which sets of supporters will be most anxious about the outcome of their game.
Kotoko fans have a never say die spirit but they are also …