Polack (in white) was discharged last Thursday[/caption] Coach of Asante Kotoko Steve Polack and his assistant, Godwin Ablordey, on Wednesday were at the training grounds of the club at Adako Jachie in the Ashanti Region. The entire team was involved in a deadly clash at Nkawkaw after a 0-1 loss to Inter Allies on Wednesday, July 12. One person, Deputy Equipment Officer Thomas Obeng Asare, lost his life while several others including Coach Polack and his assistant were injured. The Englishman was discharged last Thursday after undergoing a successful injury at the Komfo Anokye Teaching Hospital. The visit to the training grounds on Wednesday will be a morale booster for the players, who are yet to kick a ball since the accident. Their encounter with Hearts of Oak – which was to be the immediate game after the accident – was called off. It has since been rescheduled to be played on Sunday, August 6. The team is yet to recover from the trauma, its medical director, Michael Leat, had once said.
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Coach Steven Polack and Team Manager Godwin Ablordey visit Adako Jachie. It’s the first by the two since the Nkawkaw accident two weeks ago. pic.twitter.com/wXPbhFIVik— Asante Kotoko SC (@AsanteKotoko_SC) July 26, 2017