Guinean outfit CI Kamsar have successfully acquired the services of midfielder Martin Antwi from Kumasi-based Asante Kotoko on a one-year deal.
Antwi, becomes the second Ghanaian to join the Guinean CAF Champions League representatives after Amos Frimpong joined earlier this month, and will be expected to add his experience and skills set to help Kamsar in their quest to seal a group stage berth in the CAF interclub championship.
Martin Antwi played a key role as Asante Kotoko reached the group stage of the CAF Confederations Cup a few seasons ago under the tactical tutelage of current Black Stars head coach CK Akonnor.
CI Kamsar took to the club’s official Twitter account to announce the capture of the former WAFA captain.
Antwi Martin est désormais notre joueur. Le milieu du terrain Ghanéen a signé pour une saison avec nous en provenance de l’@AsanteKotoko_SC de Kumasi.— CI Kamsar Officiel (@CiKamsar) August 18, 2021
Akwaba au sein de notre de notre famille 🙏🏿💚💛 pic.twitter.com/kAkUZKjmn8
He will don his favorite 14 jersey at his new outfit. He will be expected to play a part in Kamsar’s preliminary CAF Champions League fixture against Ghanaian giants Hearts of Oak next month.