It has been revealed that Kwesi Appiah was taking a winning bonus of $20,000 per game while he was the Black Stars coach.
This was contained in a document from the Ghana Football Association (GFA), titled GFA Legacy Debts.
The document details persons and organisations owed by the FA and was presented to club administrators during a recent Executive Council meeting.
Contents of the document shared by Joy Sports indicate that former Black Stars coach Appiah was on a $20,000 per match-winning bonus.
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Ex-Ghana coach Kwesi Appiah
The GFA currently owes the 59-year-old in four months’ salaries and bonuses of two matches.
In total, he is owed a sum of $180,000, with the document further revealing that his monthly salary was $35,000.
The document also confirms that players of the Black Stars are on a winning bonus of $10,000, instead of the widely claimed $5,000.
Divided into cedis and dollar components, the legacy debt document shows that Kurt Okuraku-led GFA inherited debts in excess of GHc11 million from the erstwhile Kwesi Nyantakyi administration.
SOURCE: PULSE GH