Asante Kotoko’s board have been granted audience with club owner Otumfour Osei Tutu II.
A meeting between the Asantehene and the board is scheduled for 13:00 GMT at the Manhyia Palace on Friday according to Metro941.com.
The board is expected to bring the owner up to speed with recent developments in the club.
The board is also expected to present to the Otumfour their plans for the new season.
What is however unclear is whether the owner will be making sweeping changes to the club’s administration.
Many are already speculating the Ashanti King will use the opportunity to dissolve the board and appoint a new one.
But indications gathers so far by Metro941.com shows the board’s dissolution is unlikely though some changes and new directives of the future of the club could possibly be issued.
The Asantehene per a trend analysis does not often sack or dissolve key institutions on a working day – he usually does it on a weekend – making the prospect of the board’s dissolution even more unlikely.
The board also has its support for the several infrastructural developments in the club to show as their work done over their almost three-year period in office.
The camp of the Ghana Premier League champions has been unstable since the resignation of Executive chairman Dr. Desmond Sarpong.
A lot of administrative processes have grinded to a halt with the club through into a huge state of uncertainty.
All 10 remaining board members including Alhaji Ahmed Bandoh and Ricky Boakye who refused to work under the chairmanship of Dr. Sarpong are expected to be present at this meeting on Friday.
The board members include; Mr Kabral Blay-Amihere, Mr Paul Adu-Gyamfi, Mr Ricky Boakye Yiadom, Alhaji Ahmed Bando and Mr Mike Twum Barimah.
The rest are Alhaji Abu Lamin, Mrs Agnes Osei-Peters, Mr Kofi Duah Adonten, Bernard Akwasi Ziel and Wilberforce Mfum.
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