Asante Kotoko are reported to have written to the Normalisation Committee to demand their participation in next season’s Confederation Cup.
The Porcupine Warriors insist they have the right to represent Ghana in Africa’s second tier competition since they remain champions of the FA Cup.
The Normalisation Committee together with national league clubs (Premier and Division One clubs) resolved not to participate in Africa Inter-Club competitions due to the current situation facing Ghana football.
Full activities of the Ghana FA only resumed on Monday since the Anas exposé on June 6.
But Kotoko are reported to have written to disagree with the decision taken at a consultative meeting last Friday.
Kotoko CEO George Amoako was one of the dissenting elements at the consultative meeting.
He alongside representatives of Medeama and AshantiGold were adamant they were ready to represent Ghana in Africa.
But their views were outnumbered since the basis on which teams are elected to play in Africa – success in domestic competitions – remain uncertain.