The Porcupine Warriors have began a series of exchanges with their former boss as they have officially written to him to demand a whopping amount
Ghana Premier League giants Asante Kotoko have written to former coach Maxwell Konadu demanding him to pay $22,800 after leaving his post months ago, according to a report filled by Nhyira FM.
Konadu, who was sacked in December after series of poor results, has still been using a Toyota Fortuner 4×4 vehicle which was handed over to him as official vehicle to aid his role at the club.
This has led to Kotoko’s management writing to Konadu to pay an accumulated amount of $22,800 to the club as they have pegged a daily cost of $300 incurred from 19th Dec, 2020 – 5th March, 2021 for what they term “loss of use”.
Kotoko was given the car in 2020 together with chief executive officer Nana Yaw Amponsah after Board member Kofi Aban donated two Toyota Fortuner cars to the club.
It will be recalled that Konadu, following his sacking, has taken Kotoko to Ghana Football Association’s Player Status Committee to demand compensation and his unpaid signing on fee as well as winning bonuses in games he led Kotoko to record victories.
More to follow…