Kotoko General Manager George Amoako says it was difficult convincing players to accept a pay cut due to COVID-19.
Players of Kotoko agreed to have their salaries slashed by 30% due to inactivity as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak.
The Coronavirus has heavily affected each and every football Club in the country.
George Amoako reveals they had a heated negotiation with players before coming to terms.
“It was not easy for them, already the salaries was not big enough for them, already they were managing with the little we were able to afford,” he spoke to TV3.
“So to ask them to come down with the 30% pay cut was not easy for them to accept but they realized that they needed to do that for the Club to survive, so they took it after a heated negotiation.”
The Porcupine Warriors found themselves in the third spot on the table before the suspension of the League.