We know an article about the Ghana Black Stars is the thing you want to read right now.
At least you’re already here so we won’t say anymore bad things about Black Stars like them Twitter folks do.
Even though the Stars have broken the hearts of Ghanaians on countless occasions, there are a couple of good things they have done.
I gather Asamoah Gyan is paying for a charter jet from Congo to Accra. If team had stayed overnight, wd affect some players club return
— Sports Obama (@SaddickAdams) September 5, 2017
Yesterday, captain Asamoah Gyan charted a private jet to fly Black Star players to Accra en-route to their foreign clubs to avoid sanctions after government failed to hold on initial agreement. This was after the team had beaten Congo 5-1 in the World Cup Qualifiers. Dede Ayew also paid for the plane tickets of some Black Stars teammates after the government refused to pay for it.
Black Queens Donations
Still on Baby Jet, the captain has made a whole lot of donations to different organizations in the country including the Cardio Center of Korle-Bu Teaching Hospital, his alma mata, Accra Academy and most importantly, the Black Queens. He donated $30,000 cash prize to the senior women’s national team, the Black Queens, for winning the 2015 All Africa Games.
Reduce winning bonus
The black stars agreed to have a 50% reduction in winning bonuses at last year’s African Cup of Nations. Wasn’t that sweet? Don’t pay attention to the picture up there okay, it was just a reminder since we’re talking about winning bonuses.
We don’t know about you, but our best Black Stars match was the match against Germany in the 2014 World Cup. The match ended in a 2-2 draw and German coach Joachim Low stated that, that was his match of the tournament, plus even though we were all angry yesterday, the team actually had a good game.
You’re surprised to see that name right? The truth is Ghana has many Chelsea fans because of that guy. Adey lie?