Ghanaian striker Emmanuel Clottey has revealed he will not appeal the court decision ordering him to pay Asante Kotoko GHS 5000.
The Accra High Court Financial Division Two earlier today dismissed a suit by the footballer with the player praying the court allows the Porcupine Warriors pay his wages following his suspension by world football governing body, FIFA as a result of breaching his contract with Tunisian heavyweights Esperance Sportive de Tunis.
But he has since denied the above claims saying he wanted to be free and continue with his football career.
When quizzed on the fine slapped on him by the Accra-based court, Emmnauel Clottey told Kumasi-based Oyerepa FM:
”I am okay with the Court verdict especially because Kotoko has paid the $180,000 and so will find money to pay the GHS 5000, no appeal”
He also added the Porcupine Warriors tried an out of court settlement by trying to pay him GHS 30000.
“Asante Kotoko wanted to compensate me with GHS 30000 so i withdraw the court case which I rejected” he concluded.