Kotoko’s wonder-kid Mathew Cudjoe donates 50% of winning bonus against Hearts to injured fan


Kumasi Asante Kotoko wonder kid Matthew Cudjoe has fully donated half of his winning bonus received after winning over Accra Hearts of Oak to an injured fan.

Augustine Oppong was the Kotoko fan who sustained injury after being shot with a rubber bullet at the Sunday game.

The team received GHC2,000 each as part of their winning bonus after coming victorious of their rival team, Accra Hearts of Oak

In an interview with the manager of the mid-fielder, Samuel Anim Addo, he said that his player does not need money and therefore they will keep making donations.

Matthew Cudjoe has been trending massively after Sunday’s Super-clash.

He made his debut as he thrilled fans in the President’s Cup December last year and managed to rescue the Porcupine Warriors when he scored the opener against Ebusua Dwarfs last two weeks, before coming on to torment Accra Hearts of Oak in a 1-2 win for the Porcupine Warriors in Accra.

Source: Vibeweek.com

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