Asante Kotoko pays CK Akonnor’s GHC180k debt

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Kumasi Asante Kotoko has settled the GHC180,000 debt owned coach Charles Kwablah Akonnor after they parted ways with him.

The debt came about after CK Akonnor’s three-year contract as Manager of the team was unlawfully terminated abruptly by the management of the club.

C.K. Akunnor’s contract was allegedly terminated due to his failure to show results in the continental club competition, CAF Champions League.

Asante Kotoko had to pay an amount of GHC366,000, which was eventually cut down to GHC180,000 through the intervention of the receiver, considering his relationship with the traditional club.

A member of the new Board of Directors of the team, Alhaji Abu Lamin said the debt owed the Black Stars Coach has been paid to him.

“It is true that we have finally paid Akonnor, it was not difficult to deal with him since he already has the club at heart,” Alhaji Abu Lamin disclosed to Opemsuo FM.


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