Former midfielder Kwame Bonsu has also reported Asante Kotoko to the GFA’s Players status committee for failure to adhere to provisions in his contract with the Kumasi-based side.
Checks by Oyerepa Sports depicts that the player received no contract fee when he joined the club but rather agreed to take 30% of any onward transfer to a different club.
This, Kotoko has failed to honor their part of the bargain when the player was transferred to Esperance thus the player resorting to the Player and coaches status committee.
In a related development, Club Consult Africa are also entitled to 20% of the transfer and are demanding such with Closemarking Consult who brokered the settlement between Kotoko and Esperance also in the court of law demanding their 20% share of the transfer from Asante Kotoko.
Kwame Bonsu was a key cog of C.K Akonnor’s side as they reached the group stages of the CAF Confederations Cup last season and also played a vital role in the club’s success in the Tier 1 special competition.