The Ministry of Youth and Sports (MOYS) has disbursed three months outstanding salary owed the technical team of the Black Stars.

Appiah, 56 started work in May in his second stint with the senior male national football team of Ghana, but he and his technical team members had not been paid until Wednesday, so it is a big relief to them

Coach Appiah takes home a total of $105,000 with Maxwell Konadu, Tanko Ibrahim receiving a total of $30,000 with Richard Kingson, Stephen Appiah going home with $12,000.

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Kwesi Appiah's monthly salary is $35,000, hence will receive a cheque of $105,000 as total salary arrears for the last three months he has been in charge of the team.

His two assistants, Tanko and Konadu are also due $5,000 each every month per the terms of their deals and will take home $15,000 each.

The Black Stars team Coordinator, Stephen Appiah and goalkeepers trainer, Richard Kingson will also receive $6000 each per the terms of their $2,000 a month contract.

The Sports Ministry’s coffers has been boosted by Ghana National Petroleum Corporations’ (GNPC) release of an amount of $750, 000 to support the development of sports.