No money syndrome affecting my Black Stars job – Avram Grant

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downloadBlack Stars coach Avram Grant says the recent ‘no money syndrome’ by the Ministry of Youth and Sports is really affecting his job.

Grant stated in his post-match interview that he requested for a scout to monitor Rwanda but the ministry said there was no money to hire someone for the job.

In a post-match interview, Grant said “The recent no money by the Ministry is affecting my job as the coach of the Black Stars”.

He, however, called on the Minister, Nii Lante Vanderpuije, to provide funds in order to facilitate adequate preparations ahead of the World Cup qualifiers.

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