Following Nana Yaw Amponsah’s dream and promise to build an ultramorden sports stadium within 18 months for the Porcupines with the help from the supporters, some ex-footballers of the Reds and other committed supporters have pledged to join the train for the project.
Agyemang Badu, former Under 20 World Cup winner has followed the footsteps of Kwame Poku and others to contribute for building of the stadium.
The CEO of the club, Nana Yaw Amponsah has pledged to build a new stadium within 18 months if he will have 100,000 committed supporters who will contribute just $100 each.
Ex-Kotoko attacker, Kwame Opoku, One Man Supporter among other staunch fans of the club have all pledged to donate for the building of the stadium.
The GPL record winners have been using the Baba Yara Sports Stadium and the Jackson Park since the club’s inception, where they have won a lot of laurels.
With the club yet to boost of its own stadium, the CEO Nana Yaw Amponsah is considering building an ultramorden sports center in just 18 months.
Agyemang Badu who had a short term deal with the Porcupines before joining Udinese in Italy has also pledged to contribute for the project.
“We are are ready…we will all contribute. This our CEO I know him very well.
“Per how I know him, he hasn’t done anything yet. He hasn’t even done ten percent of his job. He is capable of doing more. He can do it and I know him very well because he used to visit me when I was in Italy.
“They should give him the freedom and allow him to do the job.” He told Edward King Akuffo on Atinka Tv.
“I am sure that he can. And we are ready to donate more than the $100. He promised.
Agyemang Badu Badu joined Kotoko on loan from former GPL side Berekum Arsenal and played 18 games before his departure to continue his football career in Europe.