Kumasi Asante Kotoko have been ordered to pay € 153,000 to Tunisian side Esperance for illegally registering Emmanuel Clottey by FIFA.
The former Berekum Chelsea striker had his contract terminated by Kotoko after Esperance contested his decision to join the Porcupines.
The striker canceled his contract with Esperance prematurely to join the Porcupine Warriors but FIFA ruled he was at fault and was handed a hefty US$ 180,000 fine
Reports from kickgh.com indicate Kotoko and Emmanuel Clottey have the end of next month to settle the debt.
Clottey joined Kotoko at the commencement of the second round of the 2015 league season but is yet to feature in a competitive match due to this wrangling.
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