Black Stars Management Committee vice chairman Wilfred Osei has described the actions of the former video analyst of the Black Stars, Gerald Nus, in retrieving his bonuses from the FA as unprofessional.
Nus refused to leave Accra for his home in Spain since the end of the Africa Cup of Nations in early February, awaiting his bonus although the GFA had urged the entire technical team to go home and be paid later because of financial difficulties.
Before Nus left the country, there were disagreements between him and the GFA over who should settle payments to the hotel where he had been staying, leading to confrontations between Nus and management of the hotel.
The situation was resolved on Sunday enabling him to leave the country, but speaking to Class Sports, the Executive Committee member of the Football Association said the Spaniard acted in ill faith, resulting in the humiliation he suffered before leaving Ghana.
“It is quite unprofessional on his part to do that…it does not happen anywhere. If you work for any institution and you check into a hotel, there are dos and don’ts…,” he stated.
He was of the view that the former Liverpool employee was solely to blame for his own predicament.
“We all know the ministry has to go through a certain procedure before the budget allocation is released to them. These were some of the issues we told him right from the onset that it would be…proper for him to go to Spain and anytime that the money was ready it would be remitted to him, and now look at how the thing ended. We were in a situation where he incurred extra expenses in the hotel and expected the FA to pay.”