The Ghana Football Association President Kwasi Nyantakyi has slammed the outgoing Kotoko management of fishy player transfer dealings some of which conflicts with the Confederation of African football rules.
The Ghana football overlord has been accused by some members of the Kotoko top hierarchy for revealing several player transfer details and other under dealings of the current management to the patron of the club Otumfour Osei Tutu during a meeting at the Manhyia Palace over the weekend.
Mr Nyantakyi reacting to the accusations told Kumasi-based Angel FM" : What is the gossip about what I told Nana. All those who are accusing me of revealing to Nana the contractual details of the many players they have transfered outside the country are just ignorant, arrogant and disrespectful for putting me in that angle".
"If I was the board chairman of the club I would have thanked the great King for such a good advise he gave to the club at the Palace by urging them to be accountable and transparent in their dealings. But because they know what they have done and what their negative conscience is tricking them look at the way they are shivering all around".
"If they dont respect me, they should respect the life Patron and great leader by not moving from one radio station to the other underating the integrity and power of the King".
"Kwame Baah Nuako and the rest who have been saying these things on air needs to respect people because including myself because himself and Dr KK Sarpong knows nothing more than I do in football". He added.
The CAF executive committee member also revealed how the current Kotoko leadership have been under declaring the transfer monies of many of the players they have sold to several clubs in the world".
"I was invited by the King and it was one of the many meetings we have been having regularly. If he asks me about the details of the transfers which I am privy of then i will not lie to him".
"This is a management that transferred my own player Ben Acheampong to Petro Atletico in Angola and lied to me about the transfer fee but because of my position as the FA President I requested for the details from Angola and realised from the contract that they have decalred $150,000 but actually the monies accumulated to $250,000".
"If they think they are clean and have nothing to hide then why will they be running around throwing their hands in despair".
Kotoko's current administration has come under intense pressure and scrutiny from the media and many fans of the club for their mass sale of players and not been transparent in their dealings.
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