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    Asante Kotoko sign 3 year deal with Italian Sportswear giant Erre

    Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko SC have announced a new kits sponsorship deal with Italian Sportswear manufacturing giant, Errea.

    The deal which will run for three years will see The Porcupine Warriors being kitted by Errea who are renowned for producing beautiful and colorful jersey designs.

    This new deal comes into being just days after the club announced a termination of their previously existing deal with Club Africa Consult for the supply of Strike sportswear.

    In their termination letter the club noted that it was working around the clock to secure a befitting kits sponsor with the announcing of Errea set to put to bed a series of speculations about who next Kotoko would announce.

    In a statement dated Friday October 9 and signed by club CEO Nana Yaw Amponsah, the club has indicated that they will let the fans play a role in settling on the jersey designs for the upcoming 2020-21 football season.

    This involves choosing the home and away jerseys for the club in their next domestic and continental campaigns.

    Read the full statement below:

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