Talented left back Constant Kotoka has reverted to his educational ambition after the long awaited break of active football in Ghana.
The former Nzema based Premiership side, Kerala United player has moved a step forward to further his education with Mechanized Mining and Engineering Skills Training School in Obuasi.
The player who wants to combine football with education was spotted in the classroom with his colleagues during lesson time.
According to the player in an interview with Sportsnewsgh.com he said it’s opportunity for him to further his education since there is no active football in Ghana.
“I have not quit football but it’s good to acquire education certificate for the future. I believe it will be useful after my retirement from football” he added.
“I train on my own after school and sometimes before classes I engage in some training regiments”, Kotoka stated.
He featured for Achiken football club in the unfinished Ghana Division One League season.
Kotoka is a product of AshGold SC Youth team before joining Berekum Chelsea.
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