Sunday Jun 21, 2020. 14:00
Veteran winger Francis Akwaffo says he would be happy to return to Asante Kotoko, first as a player and then potentially in management for the Porcupine Warriors.
Akwaffo began his career with the Kumasi-based side and left in 2011 for Libyan side Al-Ittihad.
He has also played in Egypt and Europe, but is currently back in Ghana as a free agent and looking for a club to wind down his career and pass on his experience.
The 33-year-old adds that his dream is to lead Kotoko, in a management role, to continental success in the CAF Champions League.
“My dream was to win the Champions League with Kotoko but it couldn’t happen, but If I have the opportunity to serve at the management level one day, I hope to lead them to African glory,” he told Kweku Osei TV, as per Football Ghana.
When asked whether he would consider playing for the Porcupine Warriors again, Akwaffo said, “I am a professional player and will be happy to play for Kotoko again but if Hearts should approach me, why not? I will go there.”