Former Black Stars trainer James Kwasi Appiah is set for a legal tussle with the Ghana Football Association (GFA), as his lawyers are demanding an amount of US$180,000 from the federation in owed wages and salaries to be paid within the next seven days.
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 instructed his lawyers to serve the GFA with a demand notice giving them seven days to make payment.
If the GFA fail to meet the demands of the ex-Ghana captain after seven days, he will drag them to court to demand all of his entitlements since he left the post five months ago.
Appiah was head coach of the Black Stars for the second time from April 2017 to December 2019 where his contract expired.
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