GFA denies bribery allegations in 2014 WC qualifiers

The GFA wish to state emphatically that the report is palpably false and that the GFA or the Government of Ghana does not have budgets for bribes or condone bribery in any form.

The Ghana Football Association (GFA)’s attention has been drawn to a publication by the Ghana Sports Newspaper on Monday, 18th July, 2016, suggesting that Ghana bribed its way to secure qualification for the 2014 World Cup.

We wish to state emphatically that the report is palpably false and that the GFA or the Government of Ghana does not have budgets for bribes or condone bribery in any form.

Such utterly wrong suggestion denigrates the hardwork and achievements of the Black Stars players culminating in the historic and indisputable 7-3 aggregate victory over Egypt that secured Ghana’s place at the World Cup.

The Black Stars players, technical team and management worked hard to secure Ghana’s place at the World Cup and as always we will continue to win our matches through fair means.

While urging the media to be responsible in their reportage, we will not hesitate to use the right legal channels available to us to seek redress over such false reports in future.

More from category

Recommended articles

Ex-Super Eagles star Mutiu Adepoju predicts Liverpool's clash against Real Madrid

Ex-Super Eagles star Mutiu Adepoju predicts Liverpool's clash against Real Madrid

FINAL PREVIEW: Liverpool vs Real Madrid - form guide, kickoff time, Predictions

FINAL PREVIEW: Liverpool vs Real Madrid - form guide, kickoff time, Predictions

Who is Camilla Cabello? The pop star set to perform in the opening ceremony of the final

Who is Camilla Cabello? The pop star set to perform in the opening ceremony of the final

Where are they now? 8 Liverpool & Real Madrid superstars from the 2018 UCLFinal

Where are they now? 8 Liverpool & Real Madrid superstars from the 2018 UCLFinal

Heartbreak for Nigerian girls as Maduka Okoye's girlfriend shows up

Heartbreak for Nigerian girls as Maduka Okoye's girlfriend shows up

'It's true but sad' - Sadio Mane admits Africa's tough case for the Ballon d'Or

'It's true but sad' - Sadio Mane admits Africa's tough case for the Ballon d'Or