Kumasi Asante Kotoko has expressed disappointment after the Ghana Football Association (GFA) postponed their Premier League game against Ashanti Gold.
According to the GFA, the week 29 fixture between the two Ashanti teams, scheduled for Thursday, May 19, at the Obuasi Len Clay Stadium, had to be postponed following an intelligence report and advice from the Ghana Police Service.
The security concern comes after the Disciplinary Committee of the FA demoted Ashanti Gold to Division Two for match manipulation.
In a statement released via Twitter, Kotoko alleged that a postponement at this stage would be to the detriment of the league and potentially impact the sporting integrity of the competition.
The league leaders are demanding that the match be played before others.
Additionally, they seek reimbursement from the GFA for the cost incurred in travelling and spending a night in Obuasi on Wednesday in preparation for the game on Thursday.
Asante Kotoko currently top the Ghana Premier League table with 56 points with a game in hand.
On the other hand, Ashanti Gold SC are 11th on the log with five matches left.