The deputy minister of Youth and Sports, Vincent Oppong Asamoah has called on the Ghana FA to do the right thing by consulting his outfit on preparations for the Black Maidens ahead of their World Cup in September.

It was reported the Black Maidens have broken camp for over three months due to financial difficulties, but the Ministry has denied any knowledge of such development.

“We the ministries don’t manage the team, but if the managers will like to break camp, fine. If they have any problem they should know better and do the right thing. If they want us to discuss this then they should show us that mutual respect for us to dialogue”, he told Starr Sports.

The Black Maidens have been drawn in Group D alongside USA, Paraguay, and Japan.

The tournament will be held from 30 September to 21 October 2016.


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