Afcon plan talks start
Wednesday, December 10, 2014
Ghana's games service and football affiliation have started talking about the national group's financial plan for the 2015 Afcon.
Sources tell supersport.com that the two bodies met over the Ghana FA's draft plan for the Black Stars' fight at the 30th release of the African football first class rivalry on Tuesday.
At the gathering, the service asked the FA to audit certain procurements in the monetary allowance and present an updated one the accompanying day which will be sent to the bureau.
Supersport.com reached Michael Frimpong, the games service's representative and he affirms the data.
"The Ghana FA brought their financial plan and after dialogs with the service on Tuesday, they were asked to make a few changes before it is introduced to bureau for regard. We are expecting the altered plan by close of day," he said.
Both bodies have been tight-lipped on the whole of the draft plan proposed by the Ghana FA for the Black Stars to Equatorial Guinea.
A year ago, the Ghana FA displayed a Us$7.8 million financial plan for the South Africa 2013 competition however got just Us$4 million sanction by government.
Every a record in the ownership of supersport.com, the Black Stars' planning and investment in the 2015 Afcon qualifying stage alone was assessed by the games service at GHS 6 652 000 (Us$2 072 294).
Ghana will be going up against Senegal, Algeria and South Africa in Group C of the 2015 Afcon.