Former head coach of Asante Kotoko, Maxwell Konadu, has written to Kotoko Management to demand for his incentives.
The Porcupines axed the experienced tactician from his post as the head coach of the club despite have a year contract after a defeat to Accra Great Olympics in the Ghana Premier League.
Maxwell Konadu was tipped to guide the Porcupine Warriors to a flourishing season following his experience with the Black Stars and Black Stars B. But due to poor start of the league, he was sacked.
He guided Asante Kotoko to win 2011/12 Ghana Premier League after exhibiting a vintage performance.
The letter to the Management was to demand for his one-year salary and Signing-on-fee.
According to a grapevine source, a copy of the letter has been sent to the Board of Directors of the club.
Sources close to the Coach has revealed that he was compelled to write the letter following Kotoko’s Management failure to contact him for his remuneration left in the contract.