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Referees chief aggrieved over unpaid allowances by Ghana FA

Published on: 26 July 2014
During Glo premier league at the Accra sports Stadium in Accra, Ghana© Christian Thompson/Backpagepix Accra

The Vice Chairman of Referee Association of Ghana Joe Debrah feels the Ghana FA is disrespecting the body due to the long delay in settling their allowances from last season.

The retired referee is shocked that none of its members was selected to join the GFA contingent that travelled to Brazil for the 2014 World Cup.

“The Ghana football association owes us to the tune of GHC 63,000, so we will meet before confronting them on how best our monies could be paid before the start of the season. If we meet and things don’t go our way, then we advice ourselves,” the RAG boss told

“Could you imagine that not even one person was chosen from the referees association to be part of the Ghana contingent for the World Cup.

“Meanwhile administrators had their quota and old players too were selected, but no one thought of us, so most of my colleagues are not happy at all.”


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