Former Chief Executive Officier (CEO) of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, George Amoako has revealed that he will never return to the Kumasi-based club in any official position.
The Ghana Football Association (GFA) Executive Council member who was speaking to Kumasi-based FoxFM also revealed that the club also owes him 5 months salary.
“It is true. Kotoko owes me salaries for five months. But I have not written officially to demand it as speculated by some media.”
“Enough is enough now for me with Kotoko. I will not return to the club in any official position even though I’m still a Kotoko faithful.” He further stated
Amoako who has had seven different stints with the Porcupine Warriors alerted the recently constituted board of the club demanding his arrears be paid for but the board seems to have been silent on his call.
Amoako is likely to send Asante Kotoko to the GFA Disciplinary Committee to seek redress as it seems that’s the only language better appreciated by the Reds as several coaches including Didi Dramani, David Duncan, Steve Pollack, Kjetil Zachariessen and C.K. Akonnor all resorted to legal actions to retrieve their entitlements after their stints were terminated by the club.
By Leroy Hawkson | talksafrica.com