Former Kotoko Coach Michael Osei says he is ready to take legal action against the club after he rejected a move to the youth side claiming he still has a running contract with the senior side.
Osei who led the porcupine warriors to a fifth place finish last season after taking over from David Duncan was relieved off his post by the new administration.
The former Kotoko player rejected a move to train the youth side and have since had his name removed from the clubs payroll.
Osei insists he is ready to take on the top hierarchy of the club.
“I have not finished settling with them so i am at home at the moment”
“I am waiting to settle issues with them and even they have halted my February salary because i turned down a move to coach the youth side”
“The accountant told me they have removed my name from the payroll of the club without my notice and i said its not right because i still have 20 months left on my contract “Osei told Starr FM
“They are pushing me they just want me to do something and people will brand me as a bad person ”
“I have been quiet all these while but i think i have to take action “he added.