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Herbert expresses condolences to Kotoko Family
On behalf of the whole Ghana Rugby Family and as a former Kotoko Chairman, I would like to express our sincere condolences to you on this sad day.
Kindly convey our condolences to the friends, loved ones and family of Mr Thomas Obeng Asare who sadly lost his life in the tragic accident.
We also wish those injured a speedy recovery.
President: Ghana Rugby Football Union (GRFU)
Herbert on football in Ghana
The following is an interview with Herbert Mensah by Metro Sports in March 2014 on Brasil 2014 and Kumasi Asante Kotoko.
Symbion Energy to sign lucrative sponsorship deal with Kotoko
Despite leaving the scene, Herbert Mensah love for Asante Kotoko has not dwindled and his instrumentality has resulted in a lucrative sponsorship deal for the club he led for a number of years.
Kumasi Asante Kotoko Is The Biggest Club In Ghana – Herbert Mensah
A former board chairman of football club, Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Herbert Mensah says the Ashanti regional football club is the biggest in Ghana.
Herbert on Football Issues
Interview by Davis Odiniho of Adom fm with Herbert Mensah on national, Kotoko and other football issues.
Herbert Mensah on What is Missing in Kotoko
Mensah remembers martyrs of May 9
Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko boss, Herbert Mensah in a statement on the 6th anniversary of the May 9 Stadium disaster has counselled relatives and loved ones of victims to remain strong in the belief that God continues to watch over their lost ones.
May 9 – A time to mourn and a time to build up
Last year on May 9th, 126 people died at the Accra Sports stadium. It was an event of tremendous shock for individuals, families, the nation and the footballing world; a day which will forever be etched in my mind. My values and my goals have changed since that tragic day. It is a day which touched the entire nation of Ghana and which the families of the deceased will never forget. We have had all our own particular views on the event and what could have been done to prevent the incident; but we can never hope to understand a tragedy so great and unnecessary as that one was.
FROM THE BOARDROOM
Kotoko 2 Satellites 1
The beautiful thing about Kotoko today is that we have our own programme and we are sticking to it. We plan our matches, events, marketing, communication and development unaided. Planning is never easy when we have to accommodate constant change from within the FA.