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Former head coach for the Senior National Soccer Team, The Blackstars of Ghana, Kwesi Appiah has called on his former employers, GFA for his 6 months unpaid salary.
A source close to Momusnewspaper Sports Desk says the former coach has written letters of reminder through Lawyer Thaddeus Sory.
The source disclosed that Coach Appiah and his entourage have given the GFA just one week to deliver a warmly response to their demands or face them in court for the case to be settled.
The former head coach told this paper it has been over a month since he left the FA’s given house to his own residence at Tema and has also handed their car over to them.
Mr Kwesi Appiah lamented he sees no reason why he should be treated that way and denied monies which he is legally entitled for claim.
The former blackstars boss is demanding a 6 months’ salary and additional two winning bonuses in the blackstars win over Sao Tome and Principe and South Africa prior the 2021 AFCON qualifiers.
Coach Appiah was sacked earlier this year, after the newly formed GFA decided to dissolve the management team of the various national teams.
Kwesi Appiah’s contract expired in December 2019
Coach Charles Korblan Akunnor( CK Akunnor) Was appointed to charge of the Blackstars , after kwesi Appiah’s sack.