Former Asante Kotoko captain Yussif Chibsah came out to defend himself pertaining the legal battle over Kwame Bonsu's transfer to Esperance and revealed that he did not know of the debt Kotoko was asked to pay to the Northern African club.
Yussif Chibsah was the agent that got the deal over the line for Kwame Bonsu but some issues popped up and CAF asked Kotoko to pay a fine worth 180,000 dollars to Esperance as a result.
On the fine Chibsah said in a social media video: “At least I didn’t know there was a debt of US$ 180,000 that Kotoko was supposed to settle with Esperance and that’s why all this issue is up.”
Some fingers have been pointed at him for the issue and he came out to say he had done nothing wrong.
“I have not done anything wrong. I feel sorry for the club for this situation but please, people should not blame me. I have not done anything wrong. I did the best for my player and the best for Kotoko.”