Kototo returned to the Adako Jachie training ground on Monday for the first day of their training session ahead of the 2016/17 season. The Porcupines were put through their paces in the full glare of hundreds of supporters who watched from behind the inner perimeter.
The players were given a four-week break when the 2015/16 Premier League ended in the third week of September this year. The team resumed work to help them stay in shape to defend the G-6 title won earlier this year in the competition organised by the Ghana League Clubs Association (Ghlaca).
The second edition of the G-6 tournament kicks off on November 5, 2016 according to Ghalca. The players ran, sprinted and jumped as part of a series of physical fitness drills before shifting to a session with the ball.
Captain, Amos Frimpong; his deputy, Eric Donkor and General Captain, Ohene Brenya were all present as the team recorded an impressive turnout for the day. The only absentees from the squad used in the 2015/16 Premier League were winger, Halipha Sedogo and midfielders Kwadwo Poku and Stephen Oduro.
Four other players from various clubs in Ghana and abroad also took part in the day’s activity as they began trials at the club.