Ex-Ghana U-20 coach, Sellas Tetteh has sadly revealed he has been neglected by the football governing body of the nation since winning the 2009 World Cup in Egypt.
In a conversation with Sports Obama TV, the 66-year-old trainer disclosed that he had a contract with the Ghana Football Association and the Ministry of Youth and Sports which has not been respected to date.
“They had to pay me $4000 but I have never been paid just like other members of the technical crew,” Tetteh told Obama.
Tetteh was the head coach for the Ghana under-20 team at the 2009 African Youth Championship and led them to success in the U-20 FIFA World Cup. Becoming the first African team to win the competition.
Having won the CAF Coach of the Year Award and the Sports Writers Association of Ghana Coach of the Year Award, he left his role as Black Satellites and Liberty Professionals gaffer to charge of the Rwandan national team in 2010.
Tetteh was put in charge of the Ghana U20 team again in December 2012 ahead of the 2013 African Youth Championship in Algeria.
He led the team to a 2nd place losing to Egypt in the finals after a penalty shootout. He was again in charge of Ghana U20 at the 2013 FIFA U-20 World Cup. He led the team to a third-place finish at the end of the competition.
Coach Sellas Tetteh is recovering illness says he has been discussing with the Kurt Okraku led GFA and hopes the situation will be looked into soon.
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