The Ghana Football Association will need a sum of GH¢63 million (US$14,482,835) to run the activities of all national teams for the year 2017. This was contained in a detailed request presented to government, new Sports Minister Isaac Asiamah has indicated. Speaking at the launch of Ghana’s participation in next year’s Commonwealth Games on Tuesday,
Former Ghana international Ibrahim Tanko has advised the Ministry for Sports and the Ghana Football Association to smoke the peace pipe, in the wake of the recent fallout between the two entities.
The Ministry of Youth and Sports, headed by Hon. Edwin Nii Lante Vanderpuije, has expressed strong reservations about the Ghana Football Association’s refusal to involve the outfit in organizing an international friendly for the Black Stars ‘B’ team against the Japan Olympic side on May 11. Coach Maxwell Konadu organized a selected group of players
Ghana’s Sports Minister, Nii Lante Vanderpuijye has ensured the disbursement of a $6,000 amount in part-payment of outstanding bonuses owed the senior national female football team, the Black Queens. The team, it is understood, was owed an accumulated $24,000 in winning bonuses over the past year but have been impressed upon and accepted a payment
“In fact, I was deciding on diverting the amount [on the cheque] to pay off some the monies we owe the Black Queens so when Grant later returns to demand for the money, we tell him we were yet to get the money for him in dollars but he was lucky to have sent someone