Michael Akuffo has signed a new one year contract with the Porcupine Warriors, which would keep him with the Kumasi outfit until August 2016.
The 29-year-old midfielder left Kotoko to Libya following the end of the 2014-15 league season, before he moved on to Malaysia and returned to the Ghana champions about two months ago after an unsuccessful stay.
Akuffu’s contract with Kotoko was due to end in August 2016, but he has extended it to August 2016.
‘I have signed a one year contract with Kotoko, which would keep me in the club until August 2016.’
The former Feyenoord player indicated that he will work extra harder to help Kotoko win their fourth consecutive league title.
‘I signed the one year contract with Kotoko because I want to see the club win another league title in the upcoming season to make us win it for the fourth continues season.’
Michael Akuffu, who joined Kotoko from Feyenoord in 2011, captained them in two of their three consecutive league successes and played an active role in the local Black Stars team that finished runners-up in the African Nations Championship (CHAN) in 2014.
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