Kotoko Players boycotts training in Sudan – Here is why
The players of Kumasi Asante Kotoko sporting club have boycotted training due to financial reasons.
The Porcupine Warriors are currently in Sudan in North Africa to play in the Confederation of African Football Champions League clash against Al Hilal.
According to the information available to talkingdrum.com.gh, the players of the club have refused to go to training until their per diems are paid to them.
According to Nana Aba Anamoah who broke the news on Twitter about the Kotoko Players decision to boycott training indicated that the attitude of the players is so embarrassing and that the fans of the Club deserves better from the players.
In a tweet, Nana Aba Anamoah said;
“I’m reliably told that @AsanteKotoko_SC players have refused to train until their per diems are paid to them.
You travel all the way to Sudan to behave this way?
So embarrassing. Kotoko fans deserve better from these players after standing by them for so long. Shameful.”
BELOW IS THE LIST OF PLAYERS IN SUDAN WHO HAVE REFUSED TO ATTEND TRAINING DUE TO FINANCIAL REASONS
FELIX ANNAN, RAZAK ABALORA, KWAME BAAH
ANDREWS APPAU, CHRISTOPHER NETTEY, SAMUEL FRIMPONG, IBRAHIM IMORO, PATRICK ASMAH, ABDUL GANIYU, MUBARIK YUSSIF, WAHAB ADAMS
KWAME ADOM FRIMPONG, FABIO GAMA, EMMANUEL SARKODIE, LATIF ANABILA, MUNIRU SULLEY, EMMANUEL GYAMFI, GODFRED ASIAMAH
KWAME OPOKU, BRAHIM OSMAN, NABY LAYE KEITA, WILLIAM OPOKu MENSAH