Sarfo Gyamfi urges Kwesi Appiah to drag GFA to court over unpaid salaries

Published on: 26 May 2020

Ghana international Sarfo Gyamfi has urged former Black Stars coach, Kwesi Appiah to engage the Ghana Football Association in a legal tussle over his unpaid salaries.

Appiah who was on a US$35,000 monthly salary when in charge of the Black Stars is demanding for his unpaid wages for six months from August 2019 to December 2019 which totals US$175,000 and a winning bonus of US$10,000.

Appiah’s contract was not renewed by the current administration after the expiration of his contract on December 31, 2019.

It is believed that, the former trainers has written to the Ghana FA reminding them of his unpaid salaries but the FA has overlooked his letter.

In spite of that, the 1992 Africa Cup of Nations finalist has implored his playing mate to take a legal action against the Ghana FA for his money.

“Most Ghanaians have problem, I think it will be prudent for Appiah to drag the FA to court because both parties reached an agreement”

“Now if they have sacked him, they should settle the arrears amicably. My question is, are they going to do same to C.K Akonnor” he quizzed.