Sports News Thu, 16 Feb 2012

350,000 Euro needed to pay Plavi off

Footy-ghana.com can exclusively confirm that the Ghana Football Association will have to pay an amount in the region of €350,000 (350,000 Euros) to Black Stars head coach Goran Stevanovic as compensation should the GFA decide to fire him.
According to footy-ghana.com investigations, many members of the Executive Committee would like to see the Serbian coach fired, after Ghana limped to fourth at the just-ended African Nations Cup tournament in Gabon and Equatorial Guinea, but a major concern is the size of the compensation due Stevanovic should he be sacked.
Footy-ghana.com sources further reveal that Stevanovic's contract is being carefully scrutinised in a bid to determine whether he has breached any clause, which could open the door for the GFA to sack him without paying any compensation.
Stevanovic has a year remaining on his contract and has since returned to Serbia after the tournament.


Source: Footy-ghana.com