Ex Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah is rumoured to have threatened to reveal all the ‘shady’ plots of the Ghana FA when he make an appearance before the 2014 World Cup Commission on Thursday if all his entitlements including an outstanding rent allowance is not paid.
A text message circulating on social media purported to have originated from the former Black Stars coach warned the recipient of the dire consequences if the ‘lies’ peddled against him and his outstanding entitlements are not sorted out.
The circulating text message read: “Pls I don’t like what is going on and I need to draw your attention before its too late. I read all that is written about me and I know for sure that you are aware. The insults and disgrace is unfair. I have bn closely involve in Ghana Football for over 6 years now and I hv worked with this GFA. I’m quiet with all that has gone on but if this is what going on, Tell your boss I can descend into the gutters and say everything that I know. First of all, let’s deal with the remaining of my rent allowance and carry on from there. Again, I’m not happy about the lies and insults going on but I have kept calm to respect myself but I can say worse even at the commission.”
Appiah will be making an appearance before the Presidential Commission of Inquiry on Thursday to primarily give evidence over his role in Ghana’s qualification and participation at the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
The 54-year-old is expected to make several revelations in what should be an interesting sitting on Thursday with ex Ghana captain Stephen Appiah also set to make an appearance.
Both were involved in Ghana’s as members of the technical team/backroom staff during the 2014 World Cup where the Black Stars failed to make it past the group stage.