Kotoko CEO pleads with govt to speed up renovation works at Baba Yara Sports Stadium
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Kotoko CEO pleads with govt to speed up renovation works at Baba Yara Sports Stadium


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The Baba Yara Sports Stadium which serves as the home venue for Asante Kotoko and King Faisal has been closed down for over a year for renovation works to be carried out.
"We all know that Accra Sports Stadium is not our home. Our home is the Baba Yara Sports Stadium", Nana Yaw Amponsah told the media after Kotoko's goalless draw against ES Setif in Algeria.
"This time we haven't lost any match away from the Accra Sports Stadium, which is a very good record. So we will plead with the government to help us so we can go back to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium so they should speed up with the renovation works", he added.


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