Nana Prah, coach of Ghana third-tier side, in an interview with Darling FM had alleged that Kuuku Bartels, Nkoranza Warriors owner has refused to pay a 40% share of Kwame Poku’s transfer fee to them.
The Ghanaian International secured a bumper deal to Algeria side USM Algiers from Asante Kotoko in fee of around €500,000 a few weeks ago and according to the former coach of the 21-year-old striker, they are yet to receive what is due them.
However, reacting to the allegations Kuuku said
“I’m surprised to hear such news, if we want to do football, we should do it well,” he told Halftimegh.com
Nana Prah called me a few weeks ago asking me about their share of Kwame Poku’s transfer fees, and I explained everything to him so I don’t know he will go and grant an interview on this matter, it’s unfortunate
“The truth of the matter is that We agreed to transfer Kwame Poku from Metro Youth to Nkoranza warriors and had it in our agreement that, should the player secure a move, Metro will be entitled to 40% onward transfer fees
So when we transferred Poku to Kotoko, I ask my bankers (UBA) to transfer to them (Metro Youth) their share of the money which is 40% to the GCB account owned by the late Mr Sekyere (owner of Metro Youth)
“I have all the receipts available, so if Nana Prah wants justice he should send us to the Players status committee
“If it is training compensation that he is talking about he should go to the FA and write to USM Algiers and within a month he will get what is due them.”