Kotoko to face Ban over illegal signing of new striker Kwame Opoku Featured
28 Feb

Kotoko to face Ban over illegal signing of new striker Kwame Opoku

The Porcupine Warriors has been reported to the Ghana Football Association over an illegal signing of the former Nkoranza Warriors striker.

Danish football agent Thomas Jorgensen has dragged Asante Kotoko and their new signing Kwame Opoku to the Player Status Committee of the Ghana Football Association' for breach of contract.
Asante Kotoko announced the signing of the 21-year-old striker on a three-year deal for their campaign in the Ghana Premier League earlier this month.
According to Thomas Jorgensen, Opoku has a contract with his agency TJ PlayerAdvice but he joined the Ghana Premier League heavyweights without his knowledge.
''I read in the news that my player Kwame Opoku signed with Asante Kotoko and was really surprised. I got a 2 years representation contract with Kwame Opoku and was in negotiations with other clubs at that time. I had him at 2 trials in Europe in 2019 and was working at other options,'' Jorgensen wrote in a letter sent to the Ghana FA.
''I saw the rumors there always are about players, but I didn't even think they will go for him and get him to sign without my knowledge.
''Let's a behavior I will not accept and Kwame Opoku hasn't got any advices or help to get the best possible contract since I am the one taking care of that due to our contract.
''I am also entitled to receive commission from the deal, but I haven't heard anything from the club.
''Hope you will help doing the necessary things to solve this issue. I really want to avoid a case in FIFA if possible.''
Opoku will be available for selection at Asante Kotoko during the second round of the 2019/20 Ghana Premier League season
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