Players of Asante Kotoko have been promised a package of $300 for each player if they secure qualification over their Sudanese counterparts on Wednesday in the CAF Champions League eliminator.
The porcupine warriors face a difficult task as they have to win the away fixture in order to qualify after they lost the first leg encounter in Ghana by a lone goal at the Accra Sports Stadium but a member of the teams Board of Directors, Dr Kofi Abban Amoah has promised to pay each player some $300 should they secure a qualifying result in Sudan.
This is according a reliable source close to the Asante Kotoko Board member, Dr. Kofi Amoah-Abban, who is currently not in Ghana.
This comes on the eve of a training boycott by Kotoko players over unpaid per diems and bonus arrears.
Source: Ghana/Starrfm.com.gh/103.5FM/Benjamin Yamoah