The Confederation of African Football has communicated to Asante Kotoko a fine of $9,000 after their exit from the confederation cup.
The Porcupine Warriors ended their continental campaign in CAF’s second-tier competition after losing their last match by two goals to one against Zambian giants Zesco United at away.
The chief executive officer of Kumasi Asante Kotoko Mr. George Amoako has confirm today in an interview wuth Kumasi base Nhyira FM that the Confederation of African Football (CAF) has slapped the club with a whopping fine of $9,000 on the basis of the poor state of seats at the dug-outs at the Baba Yara Sports Stadium and throwing of objects onto the pitch by the fans.
The said release from CAF addressed to Kotoko highlights that the state of the seats and the behaviour of the fans were not in accordance with CAF’s laws for the CAF Confederations Cup Competition. Hence the decision to fine the Ghanaian giant.
Source:brightwebtv.com/Dominic owusu ansah(walasty)