Former Asante Kotoko striker, Saddick Adams has decided to be charitable to the club by not chasing them for monies the club owe him.
The former Chelsea and AshGold star played two years for the Porcupine Warriors between 2017 and 2019.
During his stay at the club, he was the highest-paid player according to reports.
Adama claims the club owe him some monies but he has decided to let go of it since he can’t waste his time chasing them for it.
Speaking to Kumasi-based Angel FM on Wednesday evening, Saddick Addams said:
“Kotoko still Owes me but I have decided to let go that money not because I am rich but it will be time-wasting”, the striker shared.
Saddick Adams enjoyed his time at Asante Kotoko even though it was marred at times by injury setbacks.
He can be remembered for his famous hat-trick against Hearts of Oak in the finals of the 2017 MTN FA Cup where the reds lifted the title at the end of the day on the back of a 3-1 win.