The Ghana Football Association (GFA) has maintained that they are not the ones to foot the outstanding fees of the ex-Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah but Sports Ministry.
Kwasi Appiah, 59, is demanding an amount owed him after his two year stint with the GFA came to an end in December.
Despite leaving his job months ago, he is still owed five months of salary and outstanding bonuses totalling around $180,000.
According to the coach, attempts to retrieve his money has proved futile and has instructed his lawyers to deal with the GFA.
However, the Ghana Football Association’s Communications Director Henry Asante Twum, has made it clear that to the former coach that, the Sports Ministry are the ones to pay the arrears and not his outfit.
He says ‘angry’ Kwasi Appiah should have known better since he was a former employee of the Black Stars.