- Kwesi Appiah demands hsi five months salary from the GFA
- The former national team coach is threatening to sue the FA if his salary arrears of $175,000 is not paid in two weeks
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Former Black Stars coach, James Kwesi Appiah is demanding a salary arrears of $175,000 from the Ghana Football Association.
According media report by Joy Sports, Appiah through his lawyer, Thaddeus Sory has written to the FA to pay him all his five months salary arrears and a winning bonus owed him.
The letter from the lawyer of Kwesi Appiah states that the Ghana Football Association has up to two weeks to pay up.
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Sources say, the former Asante Kotoko captain was angered by a directive from the FA that he should return “everything handed to him”.
Kwesi Appiah was earning $35,000, monthly as the head coach of the senior national team.
Appiah’s contracted with the Black Stars and FA ended in December 2019. He lasted two and half years during his second stint with the national team.
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He was replaced by his assistance, C.K Akonnor.
Meanwhile, the 59-year-old has refused to close the door on the Black Stars for good
The former Ghana coach James Kwesi Appiah is not ruling out another stint with the Black Stars.
YEN also reported that the Black Stars of Ghana 2021 AFCON qualifier against Sudan has been postponed due to the deadly coranavirus.
The Emergency Committee of the Confederation of African Football has postponed this month’s Africa Cup of Nations Qualifiers following growing concerns of COVID-19 and the latest declaration of the World Health Organization describing it as pandemic.
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