Kwasi Appiah's Lawyers Issue One-Week Ultimatum To GFA Or Face Wrath

Lawyers of former Black Stars coach Kwasi Appiah, have issued an ultimatum to the Ghana Football Association to honour payment of bonuses due the coach in the Afcon qualifier matches against Togo and Uganda or face their wrath, can reveal. Kwesi Appiah's solicitors have given the Ghana FA up to Friday October 10 to settle all bonuses and allowances owed to the World Cup coach or face serious legal actions. Lawyer of Kwesi Appiah, Kojo Graham earlier hinted at an imminent court action against the Ghana FA over the ‘unfair’ dismissal of his client as coach of the Black Stars. The GFA is now in the process to of agreeing a severance package with Appiah but his lawyer Kojo Graham hints his client could take David Duncan’s route against Hearts of Oak for unfair termination of his contract but the Lawyers want his bonuses and other allowances paid before even the legal packages in his contract are sorted out. The 54-year-old, who led the four-time African champions to the 2014 World Cup, has not been paid the allowances for the matches against Uganda and Togo as well as the winning bonus for the game against the Sparrow Hawks. The Black Stars managed a 3-2 win over their eastern neighbours last month in a 2015 Africa Cup of Nations qualifier in Lome. The Ghana FA severed ties with the coach last month after a two-year reign but is yet to pay the outstanding bonuses and allowances.