Ever since James Kwesi Appiah was named as coach of Black Stars, one point of interest for many has been his pay cheque with the popular suspicion being that he will be underpaid, in comparison with his predecessors.
Get all the latest news from Ghana here
READ ALSO: 2 strangers save the lives of two children who were knocked down in Dansoman
Appiah, 57, who left the job three years ago, has been booked for a 2 year tenure to see to it that the Black Stars become the best on the continent again.
It is being rumoured however that the cost of Kwesi Appiah’s services will not go beyond the $40,000 mark.
According to starrsportsgh.com sources, aside his $40,000 monthly salary, the Ghana FA also will provide the coach a fully furnished apartment as well as an official vehicle.
Kwasi Appiah’s major task is to build a competitive national team capable of winning the 2019 Afcon while fancying Ghana’s already difficult chances in the 2018 World Cup qualifiers.
READ ALSO: Men are afraid to approach me because... - Yvonne Okoro
But how does his salary match up to that of his predecessors?
See a breakdown of how much Black Stars coaches were paid between 2003 and 2016.
Mariano Barreto (2003-04) - $10,000
Ratomir Dujkovic (2004-06) - $15,000
Claude Le Roy (2006-08) - $30,000
Milovan Rajevac (2008-10) - $45,000
Goran Stevanovic (2011-12) - $45,000
Kwesi Appiah I (2012-2014) - $20,000
Avram Grant (2014-2017) - $50,000