Every national team pay their players bonuses whenever they win or they decide to play football for their nations. Ghana is one of the country who really pay huge sums of money as winning bonuses. A lot of people have complained about we paying our players these huge amount of money because they haven't been able to win any trophy for the past 30 years.
Earlier today, TheProgrammeNews have chanced on a list which is wildly circulating around. The list contains a names of football nations and their winning bonuses they pay their players whenever they play and win matches for them. On the list, one could see countries like Brazil, Germany, Argentina and Spain and their winning bonuses. It is revealed that Ghana is the only country paying $15,000 to their players.
See picture of the list;
When this list surfaced on the internet, there have been a lot of comments from a lot of people.
Let's see some comments from people;
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