has laid hands on a 7 page document composed by the Cameroon Football Federation (FECAFOOT) on behalf of it’s affiliate, Cotonsport of Garoua to protest against Asante Kotoko player,Kwame Bonsu.

The 7 page document signed by the president of Cotonsport of Garoua and the Secretary General of the Cameroon Football Federation,Benjamin Didier Banlock explains purported irregularities about the Player,Kwame Bonsu.

Match document issued on the 13th January before kick off in Yaounde.

Cotonsport officials took time to explain possible violation of article 6.5 of the rules on players jersey number in the playoffs phase of the CAF club competition.

The match documents which was circulated in the away game in Yaounde has been sent to CAF have by the Secretary General of FECAFOOT.
The document carries Kwame Bonsu’s name in Jersey number 8 while the documents of the reversed fixture have the same player’s name affiliated to the number 3 jersey as if to insinuate violation of article 6.5 of the competitions rules.

Asante Kotoko officials have before now debunked claims of any irregularities related to Bonsu but the new twist now involves the Cameroon Football Federation.

Asante Kotoko was better than Cotonsport over the two legs,they beat Cotonsport by 5 goals to 3 to earn a place in the group stage of the CAF Confederation cup.

The Ghanaian giants have been paired in the group stage of the CAF Confederation with Zambian giants,Zesco United,Nkana and Sudanese powerhouse,Al Hilal.

Angu Lesley