Kotoko are reportedly planning to sack some players of the Club over an alleged revolt.
Reports emerged from Sudan that players refused to train due to unpaid bonuses upon the team’s arrival in the Eastern African country ahead of their CAF Champions League game against Al Hilal.
The players were said to have demanded their per diems before training, a situation which forced management to quickly make arrangement for the monies to be settled.
Meanwhile management have agreed to settle the players after the game but have also plan sacking the leaders of the boycott of training.
Fresh reports indicates some players could have their assets kick out for allegedly leading the campaign to boycott training.
It is however unclear which players might have stood up to make such demands barely a day after arriving in Sudan.
The Reds prepare for a hefty task against the Sudanese Champions who were 1-0 victors in the first leg game played in Accra.
A good win will guarantee Kotoko a place in the Group stage of this year’s CAF Champions League.