The coach of the Black Stars, Milovan Rajevac would make twice the amount all as a qualifying bonus for the loss against Morocco and draw against Gabon making a total of US$900,000.
Ghana’s qualification chances appear shaky after it’s first two games against Morocco and Gabon with just a point salvaged.
Earlier, the Minister for Youth and Sports, Mustapha Ussif had revealed that the Black Stars required $25 million for the ongoing 2022 Africa Cup of Nations and World Cup campaigns.
This amount was unveiled at a breakfast meeting between Corporate Ghana and the Chief Executive Officers from state institutions.
The meeting which took place at the Jubilee House to discuss how funds could be raised for the Black Stars ahead of upcoming competitions one of which is ongoing with Ghana on shaky grounds.
The idea was to involve corporate organizations so the financial burden on the sports ministry is eased allowing them to also focus on other sports.
Ussif admitted that the Black Stars will be eyeing the ultimate prize in AFCON and Qatar but will need huge investments to achieve that.
“It is the dream of the nation to win the Africa Cup of Nations again in Cameroon next year, and to qualify for the 2022 FIFA World Cup.”
“These campaigns require a substantial amount of investment to be able to execute this mandate and government alone cannot shoulder this responsibility at the expense of other sporting disciplines” he said.