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Former Asante Kotoko CEO George Amoako rules out returning to the club forever

Published on: 02 July 2020

Former Asante Kotoko SC CEO George Amoako has ruled out returning to the club in any official capacity.

The Ghana FA executive council member says he doesn't see himself working for the Porcupine Warriors again forever claiming 'enough is enough'.

"Enough is enough now for me with Kotoko. I will not return to the club in any official position even though I’m still a Kotoko faithful." Mr. Amoako said on Fox FM
FM in Kumasi.

Meanwhile Mr. Amoako affirmed that the club owes him a five-month entitlements.

"It is true. Asante Kotoko owes me salaries for five months. But I have not written officially to demand it as speculated by some media."

Mr. Amoako was relieved of his position as chairman of the Ghanaian giants last month after a new board of directors were appointed.

The Black Stars management committee chairman has been linked with a return to King Faisal Babes, a club he worked for in 2003.

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