Former Kumasi Asante Kotoko coach Steven Pollack has vowed to sue his former team for unpaid compensation following an accident in 2017.

The Englishman says he is heading to the law courts to seek redress about his compensation in next month.

After a Ghana Premier League (GPL) away clash with Inter Allies in Accra, the Porcupine Warriors were involved in an accident on their way back as the team bus crashed into a stationary truck on the Nkawkaw dual carriage road.

The incident saw the death of deputy equipment officer Thomas Obeng Asare while many others, including players, team officials and journalists, sustained various degrees of injuries.

Reports suggests that the team bus had no insurance cover so all the affected persons didn't get any compensation.

Polack says he has tried several times under different Kotoko administartions to get his money but none of them have heeded to his request.

“A few letters have been sent to the club over the last two years and the reply has always been the same. It doesn't matter which administration is there, it has always been the same answer and nothing comes out of it.

“For the new administration, we have given them time and nothing comes from it so it's going to court.

“Why would I forget it and move on when I am still having health issues. It does not make sense, I am still having physical and mental issues,” coach Steve Polack narrated in an interview with Gye Nyame FM.

According to the Polack the first court hearing date has been fixed for 21st May 2021.