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Abege argues Kotoko to invest heavily in youth football.

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Former Ex Asante Kotoko and Uganda striker has advised his former pay masters to start investing heavily in youth development.

George Abege signed for Asante Kotoko last year 2019 from Kenyan Kariobangi Sharks for a reported fee 25,000 US, but his stay with Ghanaian Giants was cut short after failing to live up to the club expectation hence terminating his contract in January 2020 after had six months.

“Not really Kotoko is a big club, there are some loopholes in the Kotoko but from outside if you look at it you can admire a lot but once you go deep inside the club, you will find out that there is a lot of loopholes.” George Abege told Fox FM before explaining.

“Why am I saying this, because they need to invest a lot in youth development right now, if you look at their U20, they are only a few people, U17 never existed when there and they don’t give enough time to those youth to have courage to carry and believe, that is after one, two years, three seasons I will be able to deliver in Kotoko.”

In a space of six months Abege George managed only 5 competitive games without registering a single goal and assist since the time he joined the Porcupines warriors football in Ghana was in suspension.

Abege has previously featured for Sony Sugar and at home Maroons Football Club and Sports Club Victoria University now defunct.

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