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Kotoko eye prize but aware of threat posed by Weavers
News Date: 2nd April 2013    View Comments:




Asante Kotoko have endured a tough title defence in the premiership but they have another domestic Cup to go for, the MTN FA Cup. The Porcupine Warriors, losers in the final of the Cup competition two season's ago are in the running again as they attempt to reach the last 16. On Wednesday, Kotoko will make a rare visit to Ho to meet Agbozome Weavers in the outstanding third-round qualifier. And it will mark the Kumasi sides first return to the grounds since their engagements with the defunct Voradep in the then Division One League [now Premier League].

The FA Cup represents another opportunity for Mas-Ud Didi Dramani's side to end the season with a trophy but Weavers remain a threat to Kotoko's ambitions with a fourth round tie against Rainbow FC in their sights.



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