Sacked Ghana national team coach Kwesi Appiah has written to the national federation demanding unpaid wages.
Through his lawyer, Appiah is demanding that the Ghana Football Association (GFA) pay him $175,000 as a result of his dismissal from the Black Stars role.
In January this year, new GFA boss dissolved all national team technical benches thus ending Appiah's second spell at Black Stars. Charles Akunnor was appointed as the new head coach soon after.
Appiah argues that by the time he was being sacked, GFA owed him $175,000 being five months arrears. GFA is yet to respond to his claim.
Appiah was re-appointed as Black Stars manager back in 2017 to replace Avram Grant who quit as Ghana manager after his side was eliminated from the semi-final of the 2017 Africa Cup of Nations.
The 59-year-old led Ghana through 20 games, winning nine, losing six and drew the remaining five. Despite his respectful record, his side’s performance was unconvincing especially when they faced strong sides.