Management of Asante Kotoko has finally reached an agreement with the playing body and technical staff of the club to accept a 30% pay-cut to support the club in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Asante Kotoko have opted to implement a 30% pay-cut amid Coronavirus pandemic that has halted football activities in the country.
The decision to cut down salaries was agreed after a closed doors meeting held at the club’s secretariat.
Skipper Felix Annan, Emmanuel Gyamfi, Wahab Adams and Emmanuel Agyemang Badu represented the playing body of Asante Kotoko at the meeting.
Team manager, Ohene Brenya was also at the meeting on behalf of the technical team.
Asante Kotoko becomes the second Ghanaian club after Ashanti Gold to implement a pay-cut in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic that has engulfed the economies of the globe