GFA goes after Kotoko over unpaid commission on player sales by ex-CEO Nana Yaw Amponsah – Details (Video)

The Ghana Football Association is after Kumasi Asante Kotoko over an unpaid percentage of commission due to the GFA involving players’ sales during the stewardship of the erstwhile CEO, Nana Yaw Amponsah.

According to a report filed by the Kessben Sports desk, the unpaid percentage to the GFA (Member Association of FIFA) totaling $31,000 from the player sales of Joseph Amoako, Musasiru Salifu, Imoro Ibrahim, and Razak Abalora who were all transferred under the stewardship of Nana Yaw Amponsah.

Checks reveal that the GFA wrote several reminders to the Kumasi-based football club for the settlement but Kotoko did not pay heed to.

Since the current IMC of the club took charge, reminders have been sent from the FA to Kotoko to settle the unpaid commissions of the said players.

The GFA thus has served Asante Kotoko with an ultimatum up to 22nd March 2024 to make the necessary payment or face the necessary sanctions.

The GFA is entitled to 10% on international player transfer, an initiative that came to being in the mid-1990s meant to generate revenue for the association to invest in the development of grassroots football.

The last Kotoko player, Richard Boadu Agadaz who was sold by the current IMC of the club to Lybian topflight side Al Ahly Benghazi has had his percentage paid to the GFA.


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