Henry Asante Twum, the Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association, has uncovered that previous Black Stars mentor Charles Akonnor was owed seven months pay at the hour of his excusal.
Asante Twum is cited to have said that the FA is working together with the Ministry of Youth and Sports and Akonnor to guarantee that the obligation is settled.
In a JoyNews talk with, Asante Twum said that the FA has held discussions with Akonnor and is looking out for the Ministry to give a guide to the installment of the compensation back payments.
“We’ve met him and talked about with him. The Ministry will return to us with the installment plan. Whenever that is made free to the FA, we will offer it to him,” he said on Sunday.
Akonnor was sacked recently by the Ghana Football Association after the Black Stars lost 1-0 to South Africa in the World Cup qualifiers.
Akonnor’s Black Stars played 10 games, won four, lost four and drew two with the presentation against Ethiopia and South Africa, procuring the group analysis from some Ghanaians.
Akonnor has in the mean time been supplanted with Serbian mentor Milovan Rajevac who was divulged on Friday, September 26, 2021 by the FA.
Milovan who is on a one-year bargain, will get a month to month pay of $30,000 and a marking on charge of $100,000.
He has been entrusted with fitting the bill for the 2022 World Cup and winning the 2021 AFCON which will be held in Cameroon.
Milo will take an aggregate of $600,000 on the off chance that he accomplishes the two goals just as an agreement recharging.
He will be helped by Maxwell Konadu and previous Ghana winger Otto Addo.Become a Sponsor