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Local Black Stars qualification bonus announced

Local Black Stars qualification bonus announced

Local News
Each Black Stars B player will receive an amount of $1,500 as qualification bonus if the team is able to advance past Burkina Faso into the 2018 CHAN tournament. According to SportsObama.com sources, the Ministry of Youtjh and Sports concluded on the amount after consultations with Manage,ment Committee of the team. The Black Stars ‘B’ will take on their Burkinabe counterparts in the first leg tie of their CHAN qualifying match on Saturday August 12 before hosting their opponents at the Kumasi Stadium next weekend. The Black Stars ‘B’ who are two time finalists are hoping to qualify to the 2018 CHAN which will be staged in Kenya in January after failing to qualify for the last edition in Rwanda. Source: SportsObama
Black Stars recieve US $50,000 for Ethiopia win

Black Stars recieve US $50,000 for Ethiopia win

Local News
Black Stars players have each been paid US$5,000 as winning bonus for beating the Walias of Ethiopia 5 - 0 in their 2019 African Cup of Nations (AFCON) qualifier at the Baba Yara Stadium. Mr. Pius Enam Hadzide, the Deputy Sports Minister, said the figure was the new winning bonus agreed after a roundtable discussion by the Ministry, Ghana Football Association (GFA), Management of the Black Stars and the playing body. “We have explained to the players that the government can no longer pay exorbitant winning bonuses given the limited resources at our disposal”, he told the media in Kumasi. He said what had been agreed, represented a 50 per cent slash of what they used to receive. Mr. Hadzide thanked the Asantehene, Otumfuo Osei Tutu II, and all football fans for their massive
DR Congo players boycott training over bonus

DR Congo players boycott training over bonus

African Sports
The DR Congo squad on Friday boycott their training session, just three days before their opening match at the Africa Cup of Nations. The players boycott the session over reduced bonus payments for the finals in Gabon as well as payments owed from 2015. "This has been happening for years and years. We always prepare well but there is always a problem with bonuses," said Norwich midfielder Youssouf Mulumbu. DR Congo are scheduled to play Morocco on Monday in their first Group C match. The Leopards reached the semi-final at the Nations Cup two years ago in Equatorial Guinea and finished in third place. But the players insist they have yet to receive their financial rewards for the achievement. DR Congo's sports minister Willy Bakonga has led a delegation of 100 official