Asante Kotoko SC return leg in the CAF confederation cup at home to Coton Sports recorded an impressive GHC600K at the gate with a whopping GHC90K paid as VAT for the facility usage.
The Reds of Ghana football sold an one of their best continental outings in recent times to dispatch their Cameroonian opposition on a 5-3 aggregate after their impressive 3-2 first leg triumph in Yaounde.
A late first half spot kick from skipper Amos Frimpong was followed by a stunning strike from Maxwell Baakoh to confirm an emphatic win for the rejuvenated Asante Kotoko side steering their way into the club’s history books.
Figures stumbled upon by 442gh.com revealed that the total cash recorded at the gate in the return leg totalled 6 billion cedi with a jaw dropping 900 million going the way of VAT.
An official statement from the club’s managerial wing is yet to confirm the figure above with many club supporters calling on the management to look at owning their own stadium.