Former Assistant Coach of Asante Kotoko Abdulai Gazale has bid an emotional farewell to the club after ending his four year spell with the Kumasi based side.
In a heartfelt statement, he expressed his gratitude for the significant opportunity given to him and reflected on his time with the renowned Ghanaian football team.
“I thank the Life Patron of Asante Kotoko, His Royal Majesty Otumfuo Osei Tutu II. My stay in Kotoko has been a rewarding experience working with different people in different capacities, with players, Technical Staffs and people around the club. I am much grateful to be part of the four years journey.
“This is the time to reflect and also to begin fulfilling my ambition to challenge myself with the experience gathered so far”, Gazale stated his official social media account.
Gazale, a CAF Licence A holder, joined the Porcupine Warriors in December 2019 as first Assistant head coach to the then newly appointed head coach of the club, Maxwell Konadu.
He went on to work under different coaches at the club serving in various positions.