Sports Ministry denies tossing out GFA's 2015 AFCON plan
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Priest of Youth and Sports Mr. Mahama Ayariga has exposed news making the adjusts that the financial backing exhibited to the Ministry by the Ghana Football Association (GFA) has been tossed out in view of the immense figures displayed.
As indicated by him, the Ministry is as of now confirming the AFCON 2015 financial plan sent to the Ministry by the GFA.
"The Ministry vets each financial plan brought to it by the GFA and fulfills itself that all the exercises in there are those that ought to be attempted and backed by the Ministry and financed with open finances before favoring it"
He said "now and again one is asked to go and re-try a funding for numerous reasons; perhaps one or two things have not been considered into the monetary allowance and as a Ministry we examine and make such recommendations also."
In a talk with Times Sports, Mr. Ayariga expressed that at their last gathering with the GFA on Tuesday it was clear the Black Stars mentor Avram Grant is yet to take a choice on his private alcove staff, where to venture out in front of the competition, so the thoughts the GFA had as to the quantity of private alcove staff and where to try for outdoors and the figures exhibited concerning air ventures will without a doubt change ought to the mentor have distinctive thoughts, thus as a Ministry they proposed that the GFA gets each one of those data from the mentor and return to the Ministry.
He guaranteed that the last plan that will be endorsed will be a funding that will be in the great enthusiasm of all and which will cater for everything the needs of the group to prevent any projections that may have happened previously.
Noting an inquiry in the matter of whether Ghana can win the competition, the Sports Minister said taking a gander at the mentor's residency, it will be hard to tire him to winning the competition however we hope to go and win the competition.
"Each Coach goes to a competition with the sole point of winning a definitive and that is the fantasy of the mentor and Ghanaians. Everyone is expecting the glass here in Ghana come the end of the competition and the Ministry together with the GFA will persevere relentlessly to help him understand this fantasy," Hon Ayariga said.