Ghana Premier League champions, Kumasi Asante Kotoko have officially removed the emblazoned image of Otumfuo Osei Tutu II from their new season kits.
The Ghana Premier League giants initially outdoored their new home and away jerseys for the 2022/2023 season with an image of the Club’s patron but have now amended the style of their kits.
In a statement by Kotoko on Twitter, they stated that “We have amended our 2022/23 Kits after further considerations in collaboration with Errea,” with the new design attached to the communiqué.
We have after further considerations in collaboration with Errea amended our 2022/23 Kits.
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— Asante Kotoko SC – 21/22 GPL Champions🥇 (@AsanteKotoko_SC) August 4, 2022
The kits were produced by Italian manufacturer, Errea following the signing of a three-year deal with the GPL giants.
The home kit, predominantly red has spots of a porcupine with white edges of the sleeve and neck.
The home kit also has two stars on top of the iconic crest, showing the number of CAF Champions League trophies won by the club.
The away kit has the colour black at the sleeve edges as well as the neck area accompanied with the main colour of green.
The away kit has a distinctive crest of a Porcupine with the inscription “IFFHS African Club of the 20th Century” beneath it.