Asante Kotoko will make an appearance before the Ghana FAâ€™s Disciplinary Committee on Thursday afternoon.
The clubâ€™s Executive Chairman Dr. K.K Sarpong will lead a strong legal team, officials and a player to defend various charges preferred against them at the DC.
Paramount of the cases against the Kumasi-based club is the one involving the feud with Premier League broadcasters, Metro TV.
The television company has been restrained from covering Kotoko games following alleged attacks on equipments and commentators by irate fans during their first round win over Berekum Chelsea.
The DC will also treat the case against defender Awal Mahoammed who was purported to have labeled the referee â€˜Tampireâ€™ (bastard) during the game away to All Stars also in the first round.
But Public and Supporters Relations Manager of Kotoko Listowell Bukarson has expressed the clubâ€™s determination to prove their case in order to amongst other thinhs to maintain itâ€™s corporate image.
"Kotoko will appear before the Disciplinary Committee; given it all the respect required as we seek justice and fairness in these cases,â€ he told GHANAsoccernet.com.
"The Clubs enviable Corporate image hinges on how these cases are adjucated by the Committee and we are bent on coming out clean to enhance that image in the face of these accusations.
"Kotoko is saddened by the high unsubstantiated accusations in all of these charges and our team of lawyers is ready to interrogate the process to ensure justice and fairness.
"We are ready to show to the world that football has come of age, and football plies on corporate images, which image Kotoko has built over the years and therefore will not sit back for it to be run down by mere accusations.
"The club respects the committee and its composition and we are hopeful it will do a good job knowing that the verdict from the sitting would be a precedent for our game forever".