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2 months ago

SIX MONTHS AFTER WINNING A SPOT, BLACK STARS PLAYERS WERE STILL PROMISED WC QUALIFICATION INCENTIVES

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2 months ago

Six months after Ghana's Black Stars team qualified for the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, alphatrending.com Headquarters has learned that the players are still promised incentives.

Each player will receive $10,000 for their contribution in successfully advancing Ghana to the international competition in the Middle East.

This means that after a total of 8 games, the participants that participated in every game can expect to get incentives totaling $80,000.


Mustapha Ussif has emphasized that although the incentives were tied to the team's World Cup qualification, they will actually be paid according to how many games each player played in.

Just two months before the World Cup begins, the Ministry has not shown, despite unrest within the organization.

However, alphatrending.com Headquarters is aware that despite many promises made by the nation's sports minister, Mustapha Ussif, the players have not yet received their salaries.

The players are rumored to be dissatisfied with the situation since they are demanding payment before the team's international friendlies against Brazil and Nicaragua.


The group seems to be in a state of unsettling quiet as demand for their qualifying bonus increases.

If the issue is not resolved, there are worries that it might escalate into the Qatar 2022 FIFA World Cup and bring back the infamous bonus controversy that hampered the nation's participation in the World Cup in Brazil in 2014.

The government of the nation decided to provide $3 million (£1.8 million) in cash to Brazil to prevent utter collapse after the players decided to skip training in protest over not receiving their money.


Prior to the personal intervention of former president John Dramani Mahama, the Black Stars team threatened to strike over the non-payment of tournament bonuses. Former coach Kwesi Appiah revealed that some of his players kept their $100,000 share in their backpacks in the locker room while they were playing their Group G game against Portugal in Brasília.

In March, the Black Stars defeated their venerable adversaries Nigeria to earn a spot in the 2022 FIFA World Cup.

In Group H, the four-time African winners will compete against previous rivals Portugal, Uruguay, and South Korea.

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