Sellas Tetteh weep over unpaid arrears after FIFA U-20 World Cup triumph
Former Black Satellites coach Sellas ‘Bobo’ Tetteh had opened up with frustration after winning Ghana the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2009.
The West African Country in 2009 clinched the most prestigious football tournament at the U-20 level after beating Brazil on penalties in Egypt. All thanks to Emmanuel Agyemang-Badu’s last kick.
Ghana become and still the only African nation to win the FIFA U-20 World Cup but the sad moment is when then head coach, Sellas Tetteh expressed disappointment on the nation failing to fulfil promises after the tournament.
The 66-year old in an interview, revealed that an amount of $400 dollars which is documented with the Ghana Football Association (GFA) and the Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS) as winning boss is yet to reflect in his account.
“Since the technical team won the world cup [U-20 world cup in 2009] we haven’t received any monies even though there were documents [to that effect].”
“I have been discussing with Kurt Okraku [GFA president] through a company to pay us the monies”, he told Sports Obama TV.
The former Liberty Professionals gaffer is currently battling illness, as pictures circulating on the Internet describes.
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