Kotoko CEO George Amoako could resign from his post, according to multiple reports in the media.
Amoako is under siege after Kotoko’s exit from the CAF Confederation Cup competition.
The football administrator since his appointment as the Club’s General Manager looked to have fallen out with supporters as well as some Management members in the team.
He was relieved off his voting rights just before the GFA President elections due to trust issues hence the Ghana Football Association executive council member is said to be considering an exit from the Club.
The report further stress George Afriyie, who missed out on the GFA Presidency to Kurt Okraku has been reserved to take the place of the latter.
Afriyie has been in close contact with Kotoko for some time now and it came as no surprise when the Club declared their support to him prior to the GFA Presidential election.
The former Ghana Football Association vice President looked to be heading on the low after his defeat in the FA elections but the latest news could see him back to mainstream football administration having previously worked with Liberty Professionals.
Meanwhile Ghanasportsonline.com gathers there could be a massive reshuffling in the Kotoko Management team with the likes of Nana Kwame Danquah, the Club Great Accra rep as well as Protocol Officer Edmund Acquah all set to lose their positions in the team.
Head Coach Kjetil Zachariassen is also on the line of losing his job with Kotoko preparing to pay off a compensation to see the Finnish leave the Club having failed to achieve his target.
By Frank Darkwah