A leading member of Kumasi Asante Kotoko, Edmund Ackah could be dragged before the Ghana Football Association Ethics Committee following his vile attack on the GFA’s Disciplinary committee, labelling the panel as “criminals”.
A highly-incensed Ackah has described the DC’s decision to deduct Asante Kotoko six points for fielding an unqualified player in the week 25 of the Ghana League as an “armed robbery decision” to favor Hearts of Oak.
“It’s a criminal and armed robbery decision. I thought Prosper was the only armed robber but the whole committee is really fake. Hearts management and Prosper have had series of meetings and the Phobians were assured of points. They even met last Thursday. We will go to court,” Ackah blabbed.
According to the former Medeama SC official, Kotoko is preparing to go to the law court over the DC’s decision.
The ruling states that Hearts of Oak will get 3 points and 3 goals, though Kotoko lost 6 points.
Kotoko has dropped into the relegation zone following the ruling.