Former Head Coach of the Black Satellites (U-20), Sellas Tetteh has divulged that he’s yet to receive a penny after helping Ghana win the 2010 U-20 World Cup in Egypt.
Sellas Tetteh after leading the Black Satellites to win the 2009 African Youth Championship in Rwanda led the team to win the U-20 World Cup in Cairo. However, he’s yet to rewarded for his heroics.
“I have been discussing with Kurt Okraku because since we [technical team] won the World Cup they didn’t pay us any money. There was a document for it. I went and discuss that with Kurt Okraku,” Sellas Tetteh disclosed in an interview with Sports Obama TV.
The former Rwanda national team coach went on to reveal that they were supposed to received $4,000.
“At least they were supposed to give us $4000. As for the players their money and all those things, they were not paid anything. They kept it in an account for them.”
“I have spoken to the people in charge and Kurt Okraku but he has been busy because of the World Cup. I will try and meet him and talk to him,” he added.
Sellas Tetteh recently acted as caretaker boss for Liberty Professionals at the end of the 2020/21 Premier League season, where failed to keep the team in the topflight league.
Per a report, the former Black Stars coach is currently battling with illness.