Ghana's No. 1
Kotoko rubbish league boycott reports
Asante Kotoko CEO Opoku Nti

By Rahman Osman

Ghana giants Kotoko have rubbished reports that they will boycott the second round of the league because of the lack of a title sponsor.

Local reports claimed the 16 clubs in the Ghana top-flight were dissatisfied with the lack of cash and were ready to quit.

But Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Opoku Nti has rubbished those publications.

He told GHANASoccernet.com: “I do not know if any team is planning to boycott the second half of the season as far as I am concerned nobody has raised such an issue to me and that means the league continues as planned from our side.”

The Ghana Premier League is without a title sponsor but had a bit of financial relief after SuperSport signed a lucrative broadcast rights deal.

The league will return next month after the African Nations Championship has ended in South Africa.

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