Asante Kotoko Chief Executive Officer George Amoako has revealed that the club will be embarking on a fundraising drive to help offset the $240,000 FIFA fine.
The Porcupines have been slapped with a $240,000 by FIFA after the final verdict was given on their legal tussle with Esperance over the transfer of Emmanuel Clottey in 2015.
They have until May 10 to cough up the said amount or face demotion.
Reacting to FIFA's fine, the club's CEO has admitted the club's management were not on top of issues with regards to the dealings with the Tunisia club and they will be seeking the help of the teeming supporters to pay the fine.
Meanwhile, Ghana League Clubs Association (Ghalca) chairman Cudjoe Fianoo has also told Kotoko's management to seek the benevolence of their supporters to pay the fine as his association is incapacitated.
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He is also worried about the recent judgement debt the club have been paying.