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Athletics News of Thursday, 18 June 2020

Resource: footballghana.com


Former Black Stars head coach, James Kwasi AppiahPrevious Black Stars head coach, James Kwasi Appiah

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Former Black Stars head mentor, James Kwasi Appiah has kicked from the late payment of salaries of national staff coaches in the region as he stresses that the practice ought to be abolished.

The professional tactician and former Ghana intercontinental have been owed by the Ministry of Youth of Sports for the past 6 months with some 5 months income arrears in advance of partying methods with the nationwide team.

In an interview with BBC Sports activities Africa, Coach Kwasi Appiah has lamented over the follow of hold off in payment to coaches in the West African region as he calls on employers to quit that follow.

“It really is not suitable and must not be encouraged – irrespective of regardless of whether (the mentor is) neighborhood or overseas”, the gaffer shared.

In the meantime, the Ministry of Youth and Sports activities has cleared 2 out of the 5 months wage arrears owed Mentor Kwesi Appiah and the specialized workforce he labored with at the Black Stars.

The Ministry states they are generating arrangements and will pay out the relaxation pretty soon.


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