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Kotoko Cup boycott fine reduced

Published on: 21 August 2011

The Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association has reportedly reduced the cumulative 36,500 Ghana cedis fine on Asante Kotoko for boycotting the medal ceremony of a Cup match.

Kotoko will now pay 20,000 Ghana cedis after appealing the decision.

The Disciplinary Committee charged the club for misconduct by walking straight into the dressing after losing on penalties to Berekum Chelsea in the President's Cup on 1 July.

The former African champions appealed against the DC's decision in earlier this month and the appeals committee resolved to reduce their punishment.

But the club's head coach Bogdan Korak will still serve a three-match suspension.

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