Jackson Owusu apologizes to Kotoko

The combative midfielder for the Porcupine Warriors has rendered an unqualified apology to the club for picking up an injury in an unsanctioned game.

The former Berekum Chelsea midfielder will miss the entire or greater part of the 2015-16 football season after he broke his shin in a community friendly on Sunday.

He underwent a successful surgery on Monday at the Akomfo Anokye Hospital , but won’t be part of the David Duncan’s scheme of things, because he will be sidelined for several months.

According to the technical team of Asante Kotoko, Jackson Owusu’s behavior contravenes with the code of conduct of the club and they will ensure he faces the appropriate punishment.

However, Owusu has shown much remorse for his action and has therefore appologised to the club, management and technical team for picking up an injury in an unsanctioned game.


“I want to use this opportunity to apologise to Kotoko for getting injured in a game that was not sanctioned,” he told Happy FM.

“The club will need my service but due to the injury I can’t. I have regretted for my actions and assure everybody that it will not happen again.

“However I will follow all the instructions from the doctor for me to recover as quickly as possible to enable me join my colleagues,”

The Ghana Premier League starts this weekend in all the 8 league centres.


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