CK Akonnor has emerged victorious in his case against former Club Kotoko.
The Black Stars trainer could receive a huge compensation from the Porcupine Warriors after the Ghana Football Association Appeals Committee ruled in his favor.
Akonnor reported Kotoko for wrongfully terminating his contract.
Kotoko showed the ex-Ghana international the exit despite supervising the side to the Group stage of the CAF Confederation Cup.
A defeat to Ashanti Gold in the NC Special Competition cost Akonnor his job.
Weeks after his sack from the Club, the former Hearts of Oak and Dreams FC Coach reported the issue to the Ghana Football Association who has since been looking into the matter.
The FA on Monday announced that Akonnor should be compensated by his former employers who are said to have breached the contract.
“The Appeals Committee of the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has upheld the decision of the Player Status Committee with respect to the contractual dispute between Coach Charles Kwablan Akonnor and Asante Kotoko SC,” a statement on the FA website reads.
“It would be recalled that the Player Status Committee found Asante Kotoko guilty of breaches in the contract with Akonnor and asked the club to pay him compensation.
“The ruling of the Appeals Committee has been communicated to both parties.”
Akonnor has been able to secure a rather big role as Black Stars Coach after losing his job at Kotoko.