Ghana Premier League legend Emmanuel Osei Kuffour has threatened to storm Hearts of Oak officials’ residences and seize their properties.
Kuffour, 46, claims the club is indebted to him to the tune of $15,000 and he will soon storm Ghana to recover the debt.
The 31-time capped Ghana international claimed he signed a binding contract with the Rainbow Club to be paid $25,000 in an event he helps the capital club to win the coveted Champions League trophy.
Affectionately called ‘The General’ Kuffour three of the five goals as the Phobians defeated Tunisian powerhouse Esperance de Tunis 5-2 on aggregate to lift the CAF Champions League trophy.
According to him, Hearts only paid between $8,000 to $10,000 of the money leaving the rest in debt.
During an interview with Dan Kwaku Yeboah TV on YouTube, the player who is now based in the United States of America explained more.
“Yeah, we had money but they (Hearts of Oak) did not give us the money they promised us…$25,000 and I got about $8,000 to $10,000. They have not paid the balance. I heard that Charles Allottey raised this issue and they insulted him, they are lucky. They did not just promise us, we signed documents on it,” he said.
“I was given a paper to sign. It came in installments. You’ll be there and unexpectedly they come
and share $2000 each to every player. It is disheartening. I have some files and I know that will find that paper there.”
“We went and told them we need our monies, they said they were yet to receive money from CAF. Every time they haven’t received money from CAF. There are certain things I don’t want to say in this interview but the day I’ll get to Ghana they will see. That day I will let you follow me with your camera. If they fail to give me my money I’ll seize their things,” he fumed.
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