Former Asante Kotoko defender Emmanuel Ampiah has revealed that there is bickering and acrimony among the board members of the club.
Ampiah, who is an ex-Ghana international, says he has been closely monitoring events within the board of club and has learnt of the deep-seated ill-will and infighting within the rank and file of the club.
The former Ghana international defender claims head are divided on whether the club should participate in next season’s CAF Champions League which has destabilized the club’s front.
“I have been following events as a former player of the club and from what I gather there is division within the board as some have taken a position against the club’s decision to participate in Africa,” he told Accra-based Peace FM.
“Dr Kyei has taken a position against the decision to play in Africa since he believes it won’t be in the general interest of the club to participate in the CAF interclub while other members are opposed to that idea,” he revealed.
Over the last couple of days various media reports have revealed details of the general disquiet within the front of the club with some key figures including the board chairman and the CEO threatening to resigns from their positions.
Ghana Sports Online carried extensive reports on the details of the acrimony and infighting within the club various on Thursday while reporting the cancellation of the scheduled ceremony to unveil the members of the management team.
Follow the writer on Twitter: @Akwasiakyereko