Black Stars 'B' Management Chairman warns GFA to release their Winning Bonus Featured
11 Oct

Black Stars 'B' Management Chairman warns GFA to release their Winning Bonus

The Chairman for the Black stars 'B' management team has cautioned the unacceptable behaviour by the Ghana Football Association for their delay in sharing the $100,000 prize money for winning the 2017 Wafu Cup last month.
The government also rewarded the entire team with an extra $100,000 cash for their climax when the heroics payed a courtesy visit to meet the President at the Flag staff house two days after their victory.
The management Chairman of the Black stars 'B' , Eddy Doku received a cheque of the said amount in the name of the football association.
''I personally received the $100,000 in the name of the GFA the very next day the president rewarded us with that money and deposited to the accounts of the Ghana Football Association'' he said in an interview with Abusua FM.
''Every single player knows how much he will receive. I was told by a media outlet (withheld) that in ten to fourteen days later the money will be cleared from the bank''. 
The amounts has since been kept in the coffers of the football association.
However, the executive committee member, Eddy Doku has send a strong warning to the FA for their reluctant to distribute to amount.
''The GFA has no business in keeping the Black Stars 'B' money in their accounts for more than a day when the cheque is cleared''.
The Black stars 'B' were not entitled to winning bonus during the tournament.
Apparently there was an agreement between the Ministry of Youth and Sports and the Ghana FA that part of the prize money($100,000) will be shared among the players as their winning bonus.
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