Ex-Okwahu United coach Sarfo Castro plans to drag his former club to the Ghana FA to retrieve monies owed him.
The former Kotoko coach was sacked last week following the side’s unflattering campaign in the Ghanaian second-tier league.
Castro took refuge in the bush during United’s last game against Amidaus Professionals to highlight an ill-fated stint with the club.
He claims has is owed salaries running into five months and plans to use the dispute resolution channel to retrieve his cash.
“I will do everything to seek redress from the GFA about my contract termination and if is not sorted out, I will send the issue to FIFA for redress.”
Sports Link Limited have bought majority stake in the club.
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