Asante Kotoko Goalkeeper Ernest Sowah is appealing to management of the club for a mutual termination of his contract with immediate effect.
The former Black Stars short stopper claims he’s currently unhappy at the club following accusations meted at him by Executive chairman of the club Kwame Kyei of collecting bribe ii his side’s premier League match against Liberty Professionals last season.
He says the unsubstantiated allegations and other unfairly treatment at the club is what has forced him to end his relationship with the club.
Speaking in an interview with Kumasi based Angel FM, Sowah rubbished the ‘false’ allegation saying ”Dr Kwame Kyei accused me of taking bribe in front of the playing body in the dressing room immediately after our last league match against Liberty Professionals”
”I didn’t come to Kotoko as a poor man, I have my own house, I have cars so how on earth will I take bribe from Liberty Professionals he asked.
Sowah continued ”I have one year left on my contract but I am pleading not to the supporters but rather to the management of the club to terminate my contract mutually because I am not happy at the club”.
SportsworldGhana.com understands the experience Goalie has attracted offers yet to be named club from Congo and South Africa and would want to say goodbye the Porcupine Warriors before the commencement of the 2017/2018 Ghana Premier League.