Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko Chief Executive, George Amoako, has been named King Faisal CEO just two weeks after being relieved of his duties with the Porcupine Warriors.
This was revealed on the club’s official twitter handle welcoming the experienced football administrator to his second stint at the Kumasi-based club owned by Alhaji Grunzah.
Speaking to Oyerepa 100.7FM earlier today confirmed Amoako appointment “It is true we have concluded talks and I will assume the role of Executive Chairman of the club, running the day-to-day activities with Alhaji Grusah remaining the bankroller, founder and President of King Faisal,”
Amoako is one of the most experienced football administrators in the country with over 30 years working in the industry. He worked for the Porcupine Warriors for the past two years before he was recently relieved of his post by the club’s new board of directors saying in an interview with Kumasi-based FoxFM that he would not return to Kotoko in any official position.
“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 also revealed that the Premier League giants 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.”