Asante Kotoko legend, Ibrahim Sunday says he feels proud to have once featured for the great club.
Sunday who was adjudged the best player in Africa in 1971 spent nine seasons with the Porcupine Warrior which he guided to the continental title in 1970.
He led the record Ghana Premier League holders to the African Cup of Champions, now the CAF Champions League title in 1983 after his retirement from the game.
The veteran Ghana coach spoke to Accra based Radio Gold.
“I’m very proud to play for them because it is one of the greatest clubs in Africa.
“It is a traditional club and has a very huge following so I’m so happy that I played there.
“And I made my name also there and I’m very proud.” Ibrahim Sunday told Radio Gold Sports.
Ibrahim Sunday who was the first ever African footballer to appear in the Bundesliga, coached Ivory Coast club, Africa Sports to win the African Cup Winners Cup now the CAF Confederation Cup.