Manhyia releases a huge sum of money to Asante Kotoko Management.
The management led by Nana Yaw Amponsah inherited a debt of of about one million Ghana Cedis being nonpayment of players signing on fees and bonuses.
Chief Executive Officer Nana Yaw Amponsah and his management of the club took it upon themselves to solve this issue.
They have secured various sponsorship and partnership deals with top notch companies in Ghana and beyond. In as much that helps, the debt is still not settled.
For that matter, the owner of the Great club Otumfuo Osei Tutu ll the King of the Ashanti land has released a whooping amount of GH750,000 cedis equivalent to US130,000 dollars to the management to settle the player’s unpaid debts.
This comes as a good news to the team in this sheer financial troubling times. The covid has crippled the club and their main source of revenue as in the sales of match day tickets have been taken out by the virus.
This is a very good news and the fans are grateful to the the wise King.
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