Maurice Coorman MAURICE COORMAN has threatened to drag his former employers Kumasi Asante Kotoko to the world football governing body FIFA, for unpaid wages due him.
The Belgian trainer insisted Kotoko owe him about US $21,000, which came about as a result of three months of unpaid wages adding up to $15,000, and $6,000 being unpaid winning bonuses.
DAILY GUIDE SPORTS gathered that the expatriate coach has warned to haul Kotoko to FIFA if the Ghanaian club fails to settle the amount soon.
The Belgian, who was axed after Kotoko lost 2-1 to Hearts, reportedly issued the stern warning before he left Kumasi to Accra over the weekend.
Coorman, it would be recalled, signed a six-month probation contract with Kotoko about four months ago, replacing Bashiru Hayford who guided Kotoko to win their 21st league diadem last season.
From I.F. Joe Awuah Jnr., Kumasi