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Maxwell Konadu longs for a reunion with Kotoko players

The football world has been brought to a standstill by the emergence of the novel coronavirus disease

Kumasi Asante Kotoko coach Maxwell Konadu recalls fond memories of his players after admitting his longing to reunite with them.

The former Black Stars coach admitted that the disease has affected so many things but he believes that things will return to normal.

“I seriously miss the players, those fond memories of when we go for training and we engage in playful acts before sessions begin,” the 47-year-old said.

“If you put all together, you will come to understand that this COVID-19 pandemic has really affected us.

“But we should not lose hope, there will definitely be an end to this, God will show the way and gracefully help so we can get to meet again.”

“Honestly, I miss football, I miss Ghana Football in particular and the players we work with, but I know it won’t be long we shall meet again to continue our work,”

He then called on Ghanaians to adhere to the safety protocols that have put in place to combat the disease. 

“I implore everyone to take the instructions from the health personnel have put in place for us,” he added.

“Let’s wash our hands regularly. Let’s try our very best not to be touching our eyes, nose or mouth.

“Let’s consume more hot stuff, everything will be okay,”

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