GFA describes as “inaccurate” reports about Black Stars coaches 3 months unpaid salary

GFA describes as “inaccurate” reports about Black Stars coaches 3 months unpaid salary

GFA describes as “inaccurate” reports about Black Stars coaches 3 months unpaid salary

0 comments 📅26 September 2016, 19:25

The Ghana Football Association has described as ‘inaccurate’ reports that Black Stars coach Avram Grant has not been paid for 3 months.

This comes after Ghanaian football website, ghanasoccernet.com claimed that Ghana coach Avram Grant had not been paid for three months, “in a massive power-play which threatens the country’s 2018 World Cup qualifying bid.”

The website added that, “the former Chelsea trainer has not received his financial entitlements, less than two weeks before the West Africans begins the 2018 World Cup qualifier against Uganda in Tamale on October 7.”

But in shark response, press statement from the GFA said the story is not true: “We wish to put it on record that the report is inaccurate as GNPC has been steadfastly resolute and committed to its contractual obligations to the Black Stars.”

The FA also sought to allay fears that the Ministry of Youth and Sports is behind a

We also wish to state that The Ministry of Youth and Sports has not sought to influence the implementation of the sponsorship agreement between GNPC and GFA.

The GFA wishes to assure Ghanaians that coach Avram Grant is in full charge of the Black Stars and has not expressed any desire of leaving his post.

GNPC is a highly valued partner of the Black Stars and has not reneged on its contractual obligations to the team since it assumed the role of the headline sponsor of the Senior National Team.

The GFA will continue to count on the support of GNPC in future for the Black Stars and other activities connected to sports in the country.

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