The Ghanaian national team is on the verge of being knocked out of the Total Energies Africa Cup Of Nations and the Ghanaian Football Association is doing its best to motivated players and the technical team to go all out when they play against Comoros in their next and last game of the Group stage, they have reportedly put up some cash bonuses for the Black Stars of they win their next game.
Reports emerging suggests that the Black Stars have been promised an amount around R450 000 each, the head coach will walk away with double the amount the players will get, they just want to see their national team progressing to the next round.
"According to reports, if Ghana beat Comoros at Roumde Adjia Stadium in Cameroon on Tuesday and progress to the #AFCON2021 last 16, each player will receive +R450 000 and head coach Milovan Rajevac will get +900 000," reports suggests.
As it stands, Ghana will need to make sure.that they win their next and last game of the group stages where they will play against the 4th placed Comoros, they are in position three with just one point in two games, they lost their first game against Morocco who have already qualified for the next round, then they went on to play a draw against the second place Gabon who have four points in the bag.
In their final game, the Black Stars will be in need of a win at all cost to get to four points, at the same time, they will be hoping that Morocco will do them a favour and beat Gabon while they beat Comoros with a big score line, so far they have managed to score just one goal in two outings, meaning that they are not that clinical infront of goals.
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