Four months’ worth of outstanding wages are owed to Asante Kotoko’s playing group.
The Porcupine Warriors secured a disastrous campaign and completed the year in fourth place with 52 points.
The players have not yet received their four months’ worth of outstanding salaries, according to Kumasi FM.
Seydou Zerbo, the team’s former head coach, is also owed money.
The Burkinabe coach acknowledged that Kotoko has not paid his debts in an interview with FOX FM. He further disclosed that the person who appointed him, Nana Yaw Amponsah, had been ignoring his calls.
After their term of office expired, the Nana Yaw Amponsah-led administration was disbanded.
Later today, the 12-member board of directors whose terms have also ended is scheduled to give Manhyia their report.
It is anticipated that before the start of the season, a new management and board would be introduced.
Asante Kotoko is currently operating without a permanent head coach as the 2023–24 Ghana Premier League is about to begin.
However, the playing group is anticipated to show up to camp to start preseason before the upcoming season.