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Here is Asante Kotoko’s complete schedule for the 2023/24 betPawa Premier League season

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Here is Asante Kotoko's complete schedule for the 2023/24 betPawa Premier League season

Asante Kotoko, the most successful Ghana Premier League winners, are motivated to win the league championship in 2023/2024. Their route to greatness, however, will be defined by difficult obstacles that they must conquer in order to attain their goal.

Kotoko will begin the season at home against Heart of Lions before travelling to Bibiani to play Bibiani Gold Stars in the second game.

They will next return home to face Karela United, followed by a meeting against Accra Lions on matchday four.

The highly anticipated Super Clash versus archrivals Accra Hearts of Oak has been set for matchday 14 at the Accra Sports Stadium.

The Porcupine Warriors’ complete schedule for the 2023/2024 league season is as follows:

  1. Asante Kotoko vs Heart of Lions

2. Bibiani Gold Stars vs Asante Kotoko

3. Asante Kotoko vs Karela United

4. Accra Lions vs Asante Kotoko

5. Asante Kotoko vs Aduana Stars

6. Nations FC vs Asante Kotoko

7. Asante Kotoko vs Bechem United

8. Nsoatreman FC vs Asante Kotoko

9. Asante Kotoko vs Dreams FC

10. FC Samartex 1996 vs Asante Kotoko

11. Asante Kotoko vs Medeama SC

12. Legon Cities vs Asante Kotoko

13. Asante Kotoko vs Berekum Chelsea

14. Hearts of Oak vs Asante Kotoko

15. Great Olympics vs Asante Kotoko

16. Asante Kotoko vs R.T.U

17. Bofoakwa Tano vs Asante Kotoko

The following are Kotoko’s second-round fixtures:

18. Heart of Lions vs Asante Kotoko

19. Asante Kotoko vs Bibiani Gold Stars

20. Karela United vs Asante Kotoko

21. Asante Kotoko vs Accra Lions

22. Aduana Stars vs Asante Kotoko

23. Asante Kotoko vs Nations FC

24. Bechem United vs Asante Kotoko

25. Asante Kotoko vs Nsoatreman FC

26. Dreams FC vs Asante Kotoko

27. Asante Kotoko vs FC Samartex 1996

28. Medeama SC vs Asante Kotoko

29. Asante Kotoko vs Legon Cities

30. Berekum Chelsea vs Asante Kotoko

31. Asante Kotoko vs Hearts of Oak

32. Asante Kotoko vs Great Olympics

R.T.U vs Asante Kotoko

34. Asante Kotoko vs Bofoakwa Tano

Asante Kotoko’s voyage in the 2023/2024 betPawa Premier League will be fraught with difficulties, and their performance in these important matches will be critical in their quest to recapture the league crown.

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GFA fines Kotoko GHC 80k for property destruction at Dr Kwame Kyei Complex

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The inquiry by the Disciplinary Committee revealed a 'breach of Article 16(c) and Article 16(2)(f) of the GFA Disciplinary Code 2019.' As a result, Asante Kotoko has been fined heavily, and the money will be given to Nations FC to compensate for the damages caused by the alleged Kotoko fans. Meanwhile, Kotoko returned to winning ways on Sunday, defeating Medeama SC at the Baba Yara Stadium due to Sherif Mohammed's penalty kick in the 60th minute.

Asante Kotoko is facing a GHC 80,000 fine from the Ghana Football Association’s Disciplinary Committee for their disruptive behaviour during a match against Nations FC.

The disciplinary punishment is the result of actions that occurred during their matchday 6 match at the Dr Kwame Kyei Sports Complex.

Dissatisfied with a penalty call by the referee in the last stages of the game, a group of irate supporters resorted to violent behaviour. In protest, chairs were allegedly smashed, and items were hurled into the pitch. Despite the fact that the game ended in a 2-2 tie, supporters proceeded to vent their rage by destroying artefacts at the stadium.

The inquiry by the Disciplinary Committee revealed a ‘breach of Article 16(c) and Article 16(2)(f) of the GFA Disciplinary Code 2019.’ As a result, Asante Kotoko has been fined heavily, and the money will be given to Nations FC to compensate for the damages caused by the alleged Kotoko fans.

Meanwhile, Kotoko returned to winning ways on Sunday, defeating Medeama SC at the Baba Yara Stadium due to Sherif Mohammed’s penalty kick in the 60th minute.

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Hearts of Oak to play home games in Kumasi following the closure of Accra Sports Stadium

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The temporary location change was caused by the Accra Sports Stadium, which was overseen by event organisers for the Christmas festivities. Alhaji Brimah Moro Akambi, a Hearts of Oak Board Member, confirmed the decision, indicating that the Phobians will play their home games at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium for the rest of the year. However, beginning in 2023, the club is open to evaluating alternative locations.

According to Onua Sports, Hearts of Oak have opted to transfer their home games to the Baba Yara Sports Stadium following the shutdown of the Accra Sports Stadium due to scheduled Christmas celebrations.

The highly anticipated Ghana Premier League match between Hearts of Oak and Asante Kotoko, which was originally scheduled for Accra on December 8, will now be played in Kumasi, with Hearts of Oak designated as the home team.

The temporary location change was caused by the Accra Sports Stadium, which was overseen by event organisers for the Christmas festivities. Alhaji Brimah Moro Akambi, a Hearts of Oak Board Member, confirmed the decision, indicating that the Phobians will play their home games at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium for the rest of the year. However, beginning in 2023, the club is open to evaluating alternative locations.

Hearts of Oak are currently 14th in the league rankings with 12 points. Following the resignation of coach Martinus Koopman, assistant Abdul Rahim Bashiru has been named to handle the squad until a permanent replacement is found.

On Tuesday, they meet the Accra Lions, looking to get back on track after three straight draws.

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Maxwell Konadu released from hospital

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Meanwhile, the Ghana Police Service has announced the arrest of one individual engaged in Maxwell Konadu's attack and beating. The police are also on the lookout for another suspect who is presently on the run. The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has banned the Sunyani Coronation Park, which serves as Bofoakwa Tano's home stadium. Meanwhile, in the matchday 12 games this weekend at Nana Kronmansah Park, Nsoatreman FC will host Heart of Lions.

Maxwell Konadu, the head coach of Nsoatreman FC, has been released from the hospital following an attack by Bofoakwa Tano fans.

The incident occurred on Sunday, following Nsoatreman FC’s 1-1 tie with Bofoakwa Tano in Week 11 of the 2023/24 Ghana Premier League season.

Konadu was rendered unconscious during the assault and was taken to Sunyani Teaching Hospital.

According to a club release, the former Black Stars assistant coach has been fired.

“Our coach Maxwell Konadu has been discharged from the hospital. We thank everyone who said a prayer for our coach during these difficult moments. Efiri Tete Amanaso,” a statement from Nsoatreman FC said on Monday evening.

Meanwhile, the Ghana Police Service has announced the arrest of one individual engaged in Maxwell Konadu’s attack and beating.

The police are also on the lookout for another suspect who is presently on the run.

The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has banned the Sunyani Coronation Park, which serves as Bofoakwa Tano’s home stadium.

Meanwhile, in the matchday 12 games this weekend at Nana Kronmansah Park, Nsoatreman FC will host Heart of Lions.

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