World Cup Commission Says Black Stars’ Players Must Sign Contracts Before……

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“The players, even before they are given their training kits, are given the terms of contract to sign. Those who agree will go to Brazil or wherever we are going next time.

“So that if you don’t agree on $82,500 here and when you get there you say no you want $100,000. It’s a system failure and I am happy you say they (GFA) now want to correct that.

“We will develop that for the nation so that from now on no national teams will even see cash. The mode of payment you must have agreed on figures before you even set off.”

Ghana failed to qualify from the group stage in Brazil.

In the aftermath of the World Cup, coach Kwesi Appiah revealed he will introduce a tougher code of conduct for the national team’s players following events at this year’s tournament.

Appiah sent Sulley Muntari and Kevin-Prince Boateng home early from the tournament in Brazil for physical and verbal assaults respectively.

He said: “Players who come in will be made to sign contracts to forestall any problems like those [in Brazil].

“The contracts will spell out clearly camp rules and all other conditions.”

Muntari and Boateng were suspended indefinitely for their behaviour and told to leave the camp before Ghana’s last group match against Portugal, which ended in a 2-1 defeat and elimination from the tournament.

As well as the defeat by Portugal, Ghana lost 2-1 to the United States and drew 2-2 with Germany.