The performance of Black Stars, the official male football team of Ghana, has brought sadness to all Ghanaians. The Reputation of the Black Stars used to be respected back in the day, however, now their performance in the African Cup of Nations (AFCON) was so bad that they couldn't even advance from the group stages.
Opambour Descends On The Black Stars.
Opambour was also one to comment on the poor performance of the Black Stars. Opambour was however pleased that the Black Stars didn't further as they would have been paid winning bonuses if they did.
Opambour stated that based on their performance in the group stage alone, they wouldn't have survived in later stages so it is better they were kicked out now.
Opambour added that the Black Stars should hurriedly make their way back into the country along with the money they would have paid to them as salary and as a winning bonus.
Opambour added that the $12,000 which would have been paid to each player as a winning bonus can be used for developmental projects or something sensible in the country.
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