Sports News of Tuesday, 11 July 2017
Executive Committee chairman of the Ghana Football Association, Wilfred Osei Kweku Palmer has expressed his worry over the delay in payment of Black Stars coach and his backroom staff.
Reports in the media indicate that, the formation of a new board for headline sponsors, Ghana National Petroleum Commission (GNPC), has contributed greatly to the delay in payment of Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah and his backroom staff two months salaries.
And this has informed Wilfred Osei to vent his frustration at the development during an interview with Joy FM.
“From snippets of information, I don’t think Kwesi Appiah has been paid and to me, it does not bring the sanctity of the contract.”
“The Minister of Sports is saying the GNPC contract is on, the Majority Leader is also saying it is off. Now you have gone to sign a contract with a coach and most of the performances are based on the contract.”
“The coach has not been given a place of accommodation, and he was bought out of contract from the Sudanese club for which we have to also make some payment to them.”
Appiah has been in charge of three games since his return, winning one an losing the other two.