ByEmmanuel Baah-Aboagye, Solar Fm, Dunkwa-On-Offin


Black Meteors? Management Committee member, Charles Kwadwo Ntim has called for a round table discussions on arriving at the amount of money to be paid to members of the senior national men?s football team, the Black Stars.

The Techiman City Fc owner, also known in football circles as ?Micky Charles? thinks that any rush decision could spell doom for the Black Stars and believes negotiations could help solve this jigsaw puzzle.

?The issue is very debatable. We need to dialogue. Some of the players even go to the extent of giving their share of winning bonuses to people as charity so personally I think that this thorny issue has to be dialogued with the team?, he told Kumasi-based Nhyira Fm.

?The players are patriots, who would understand issues. They know football is not all about money and so letting them understand the current situation is the best?, he continued.

?As I sit here, I am indebted to my players for four months but they understand the situation because as per my culture, they know that if times are good, they would be the eventual beneficiaries and so they have exercised restraint and are delivering?, he stressed.

He was reacting to recent discussions in the media on the the ?take it or leave it? saga that has embroiled the winning bonuses to be paid to members of the Black Stars.


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