Former Ghana coach James Kwasi Appiah, has written a letter of reminder to the Ghana Football Association after previously writing to them through his lawyer Thadeus Sory in March 2020, demanding monies owed him.
Oyerepa 100.7FM Sports, report that the coach in this recent letter has given the nation’s football governing body seven  days to respond to his letter.
The source continues say that, should the FA fail to respond to this second letter, then the two will begin a legal tussle in court.
The former Black Stars gaffer, is demanding $35,000 five months salary plus $10,000 winning bonus which totals $185, 000 from the Ghana Football Association.
Appiah, 61, was denied contract renewal by the Kurt Okraku’s administration after the expiration of his contract on 31st December, 2019.
He was subsequently, replaced by his former deputy coach CK Akonnor.