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As Black Stars get N$350 000 each

Sun, 3 February 2013 18:21
by Sports Reporter
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Ghana players were paid US$ 35,000 (about N$350 000) each for advancing to the last eight of the 2013 Africa Cup of Nations.
Ghana FA Executive Committee member Emmanuel Kyeremeh further explained the mechanism for paying bonuses.
“The budget management submitted to the Ministry was approved and we also agreed the qualifying bonus with the players. We actually didn’t base it on matches,” Kyeremeh said.
“If we had not qualified, then we were not going to pay any bonus.”
For beating Cape Verde and qualifying into this week’s semi finals, the Black Stars are expected to receive another N$200 000 each.
...fifa.com