Owner and Bankroller of Techiman Eleven Wonders, Nana Ohene Ameyaw, has claimed his club will be greater than record Ghana Premier League winners, Asante Kotoko, soon.
The Sure Wonders secured promotion into the Ghanaian top-flight in 2017, after finishing first in Zone 1 of the National Division One League.
They have since not seen a full season in the league because of the Number 12 expose and the COVID-19 pandemic disruptions.
The traditional ruler, who is into cashew export business, believes, because the Kumasi-based side was founded later than their archrivals, Heart of Oak, and achieved more than them in the local scene, his side will do the same too.
Asante Kotoko have won the league a record 24 times, while Hearts of Oak have won it 20 times.
“Techiman Eleven Wonders will do greater things than Kotoko in the future. Hearts of Oak was formed in 1911, Kotoko was formed in 1935 and have done better things than Hearts of Oak,” he told Asempa FM.
“So, Eleven Wonders will do better things than Asante Kotoko,” which he said was formed around 1959.
Ohene Ameyaw said he has his home ground; the Ohene Ameyaw Park, where they honour their home matches and will build his academy soon.
“I have built my own stadium already. We have a clubhouse and will construct an academy soon.”
In the first truncated 2018 Ghana football season, because of the number 12 expose, Eleven Wonders finished just outside the drop zone, in the 13th position out of 16 teams after 15 matches with 17 points.
While in the COVID curtailed 2019/20 season, they finished in the 12th position with 19 points after 15 games, this time in an eighteen-team league.
Eleven Wonders will travel to Accra to play Asante Kotoko in their first match of the 2020/21 Ghana Premier League season, which is scheduled to begin on 13th November 2020.