The Board of Directors of Asante Kotoko have paid CK Akonnor's Ghc180,000 debt.
The Ghana Premier League side were found guilty after the Ghana FA player and coaches status committee ruled that the now head coach of the Black Stars was wrongfully dismissed by the Kumasi-based giants.
However, a report by Kumasi based FOX FM claims Kotoko has officially settled the above amount to start their mandate on a clean note.
The Player Status Committee of the Ghana FA ruled last year that the Porcupine Warriors breached the terms of his contract.
The former Dreams FC and Ashgold gaffer was sacked in July last year, just nine months into his three-year contract.
He dragged the club to the Ghana Football Association demanding his 2 years salary, league trophy cash, and CAF Confederations Cup group stage entitlements.
CK Akonnor replaced Kwesi Appiah as the head coach of Ghana early this year on a two year deal.