BBC misquoted me on Kwesi Appiah's salary saga — GFA Spokesperson Henry Asante Featured
27 May

BBC misquoted me on Kwesi Appiah's salary saga — GFA Spokesperson Henry Asante

Communications Director of the Ghana Football Association (GFA), Henry Asante Twum, has quashed reports saying he chided Blacks Stars, Kwasi Appiah saying he was supposed to know better after the former Black stars gaffer was angrily demanding for his unpaid salary arrears.
 
 
“The GFA does not pay the coach – it’s the state that pays the coach,” Twum was quoted saying by the British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC).
 
“The GFA is the employer of the head coach of the national team but his salary is paid by the state. He [Appiah] wrote to the GFA [demanding his outstanding salaries and bonuses] and we forwarded his letter to the [sports] ministry.
 
According to him, those reports are false and frivolous hence he was misquoted by BBC.
 
“I was misquoted by BBC ,I never said Kwesi Appiah should have known better I want to place it on record that GFA don’t pay salaries of coaches ,it is the state which pays salaries of Black Stars coaches,’’ Asante told Accra-based radio station Kingdom FM
 
He further stressed that, the GFA is committed to liaise with the Sports Ministry to settle the salary issues between Kwesi Appiah.
 
Former Black Stars head coach Kwesi Appiah has written to the Ghana Football Association (GFA) demanding his unpaid salary arrears.
 
Appiah is owed five months salary and two match winning bonus against South Africa and Comoros in the 2021 Africa Cup of Nations qualifiers.
 
With his salary believed to be $35,000, the FA and the Sports Ministry must cough up over $180,000 to settle him.
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