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GFA gifts Sellas Tetteh GHC50k

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Sellas Tetteh, the former coach of the Black Satellites, received a donation of GHC50,000 from the Ghana Football Association (GFA) Foundation. Tetteh led the nation’s under-20 squad to the 2009 World Cup victory.

The first gift was given to Tetteh, who had recently struggled with illnesses, as part of the association’s initiative to aid struggling individuals through the recently founded GFA Foundation.

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The GFA president Kurt Okraku who appreciated the efforts of the coach used the opportunity to clarify recent media reports that the GFA, or Ministry of Youth and Sports, owes the coach incentives and salaries.

Meanwhile, Sellas Tetteh had earlier received a donation of a similar amount from the Ministry of Youth and Sports in February after persistent calls in the media to support the veteran coach who was battling with health conditions.

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He had also been visited with a donation of an undisclosed cash amount by Andre Ayew, the captain of the Black Satellites team which was coached by Sellas Tetteh to World Cup glory in 2009.

The former Rwanda national team head coach has previously worked with the Black Starlets and Sierra Leone.

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He also led the Black Satellites to third place in Turkey at the 2013 U-20 World Cup.


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