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Ghanaians Shed Uncontrollable Tears On Social Media After Sports Minister Disclosed How Much Our Useless Black Stars Spent During AFCON 2019

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Sports Minister, Isaac Asiamah disclosed earlier that our ‘useless’ and ‘incompetent’ senior national team, Black Stars spent a whopping amount $4.3 million that’s 72% of the budgeted 6.3 million dollars. Well, Ghanaians on social media don’t understand why Black Stars who won only one match out of their 4 matches played in the event and … Read more

Budget Breakdown: Ghana Spent $4.5m on AFCON Campaign – See What We Spent On Airfare, Accommodation and Winning Bonuses for the Incompetent Players and Coach Plus MORE – PHOTO

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The 2019 African Cup of Nations, Ghana’s worst Afcon campaign since 2006, cost the good people of Ghana a ‘mere’ $4.5m. Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah has revealed to Parliament that whilst government budgeted $6.3m for the tourney, they ended up using ‘only’ $4.5m and said the difference would be returned to the state. READ ALSO: … Read more

Government Agrees To Halt GFA Dissolution After FIFA's Threat To Ban Ghana — Reaches New Agreement

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A delegation from the Ghana government met with a Fifa delegation in Zurich today, Thursday August 16th and agreed to halt the court process to dissolve the Ghana Football Association.
The meeting follows a threat from Fifa to Ghana to halt the court case to dissolve the GFA before 27th August or face a ban from international football.

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Video: Government Acquires New Official Residence For Black Stars Coach

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Over the years, Ghana has spent millions of dollars housing whoever happens to be the coach of the senior national team in first class hotels.
However, in a measure intended to save money, the government has acquired a new residence which would house whoever holds the position from now on.

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Black Stars Agree To 50% Reduction In Winning Bonuses

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blankThe Black Stars of Ghana have agreed to a 50% reduction in their bonuses after holding talks with the new government, Sports Minister designate Isaac Asiamah has revealed.

Players of the senior national team would now pocket $5,000 per group game at the ongoing Afcon instead of the previous $10,000 figure.

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